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April 23, 2021

Axelrod moves up his departure from White House

President Obama’s senior advisor David Axelrod is planning to move up his departure to sooner than originally planned, a senior White House official told Fox News on Monday, heading out in late January or early February, Foxnews reports. The purpose is “to leave enough time to spend time with family before the next project begins,” the official said. As recently as Nov. 14, Axelrod told “Fox News Sunday” that he’d probably stay about six more months before leaving to work on the president’s re-election bid. Axelrod, who is responsible for White House speech-writing and messaging, will go just after the State of the Union address.

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