Denis McDonough Likely To Be Named Chief Of Staff By Obama: Report

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By Jeff Mason WASHINGTON, Jan 16 (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama is likely to name deputy national security adviser Denis McDonough his next chief of staff, replacing Jack Lew after his nomination to be treasury secretary, according to sources familiar with the matter. McDonough, a longtime Obama foreign policy adviser who worked on the Democrat’s 2008 presidential campaign, would bring a strong working relationship and long history with the president to the job. Two associates of McDonough said they would be surprised if he did not land the position, though administration officials have indicated it is not a done deal….

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