Did Clinton's senior WH officials call Lindsey "the single most influential person in the Clinton administration"? Did Lindsey follow Clinton home every night and go with him on vacations?<quoted text>
To some extent, Ms. Jarrett is part of a White House tradition. Bill Clinton brought along his fellow Arkansan Bruce Lindsey as his Mr. Fix-It. Mr. Bush had his Texas confidantes, Karen Hughes and Harriet Miers.
Ok, I think I get it now: it's because Valerie Jarrett was in favor of free contraceptives, isn't it? This is your usual agenda of trashing anyone who is in favor of womens rights to their bodies.
Was he called Clinton's "mysterious advisor"? Was he qualified to have such influence over Clinton and his administration?
How about Hughes and Miers? Same questions.
None of them fall into the same category as Valerie Jarrett. Shouldn't we know a little more about someone who is nicknamed "the night stalker" to the president?