WASHINGTON — Five former White House chiefs of staff are sitting down together to talk about advising the president.
The five chiefs, who worked for four different presidents, will be speaking about their experiences on Wednesday at the National Archives. David Gergen, a political analyst who has advised Republican and Democratic presidents, will moderate.
The men participating in the panel are: Donald Rumsfeld, who was chief of staff to Gerald Ford; Kenneth M. Duberstein, who was chief of staff to Ronald Reagan; Thomas F. “Mack” McLarty and John Podesta, who both served as chief of staff to Bill Clinton, and Joshua Bolten, who was chief of staff to George W. Bush.
The discussion is free and begins at 7 p.m.
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