June 1 (Bloomberg) — White House counselor Dan Bartlett, a long-serving adviser to President George W. Bush, announced his resignation today.
Bartlett joins several top Bush administration officials, including Sara Taylor, the White House political director, and deputy national security advisers J.D. Crouch and Meghan O’Sullivan, all of whom departed last month.
However, these people seem difficult to really get rid of. From Freep:
Bush dispatched Meghan O’Sullivan, who recently announced she is resigning as deputy national security adviser, to work with U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker in helping Iraq’s leaders in Baghdad.