White House Chief of Staff

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Denis McDonough is the current White House Chief of Staff. The White House Chief of Staff is the highest-ranking member of the Executive Office of the President of the United States and a senior aide to the President.

List of White House Chiefs of Staff[change | edit source]

# Chief President Years
1 John R. Steelman Harry Truman 1946–1952
2 Sherman Adams Dwight Eisenhower 1953–1958
3 Wilton Persons 1958–1961
- vacant John F. Kennedy 1961–1963
u/o W. Marvin Watson Lyndon Johnson 1963–1968
u/o Jim Jones 1968
4 H. R. Haldeman Richard Nixon 1969–1973
5 Alexander Haig 1973–1974
6 Donald Rumsfeld Gerald Ford 1974–1975
7 Dick Cheney 1975–1977
- vacant Jimmy Carter 1977–1979
8 Hamilton Jordan 1979–1980
9 Jack Watson 1980–1981
10 James Baker Ronald Reagan 1981–1985
11 Donald Regan 1985–1987
12 Howard Baker 1987–1988
13 Kenneth Duberstein 1988–1989
14 John H. Sununu George H. W. Bush 1989–1991
15 Samuel K. Skinner 1991–1992
16 James Baker 1992–1993
17 Mack McLarty Bill Clinton 1993–1994
18 Leon Panetta 1994–1997
19 Erskine Bowles 1997–1998
20 John Podesta 1998–2001
21 Andrew Card George W. Bush 2001–2006
22 Joshua Bolten 2006–2009
23 Rahm Emanuel Barack Obama 2009–2010
u/o Pete Rouse 2010–2011
24 William M. Daley 2011–2012
25 Jack Lew 2012–2013
26 Denis McDonough 2013–