It now appears likely that President Obama will name White House Chief
of Staff Jack LewJack LewIRS inversion rules face blowback Overnight Finance: Trump threatens NAFTA withdrawal | Senate poised for crucial Puerto Rico vote | Ryan calls for UK trade deal | Senate Dems block Zika funding deal Senate faces critical vote on Puerto Rico MORE to become the next Treasury secretary. Lew would be an
excellent choice. His selection for Treasury would mean that President
Obama would name a new chief of staff, and there is no better person in
America for the post than Air Force veteran and former congressman,
senator and Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.).
Daschle has enormous credibility, respect and experience throughout the upper strata of American political and business leadership. He is trusted by leading Democrats and has long-term relations of trust with a long list of leading Republicans, which will be essential to achieving major goals in the current political climate in Washington.
Tom Daschle has these relationships, in large numbers, on both sides of the aisle. He has great skill negotiating major agreements and strong relationships with power players in Congress, business and the media. He knows the policies, politics and power centers of every major domestic and international issue and would be an outstanding choice for White House chief of staff. The more Tom Daschle's vast talents and experience are put into service for the president and the nation, the better.