What Happened to the White House?

It’s been a year since the Obama administration shut down the Federal Communications Commission and stripped it of its power to regulate the Internet.

This led to widespread dissatisfaction among consumers and a wave of online harassment of White House staffers and officials.

Now that the FCC has been reestablished, the Trump administration is threatening to take back the reins.

But in this year’s White House, there are signs that the Trump team is getting some of the power back. 

It looks like the White house is still operating under the same power structure as last year. 

This time around, the president, the secretary of state, the chief of staff, the acting director of the CIA, the National Security Council chief of strategy, and other senior officials are all running the show. 

So why are they running things?

The answer is a combination of the Trump campaign’s and the Obama White House’s political calculus, said Mark J. Rozell, a professor of politics at Harvard who specializes in communications. 

The Trump team made a point to put the White Houses office of strategic communications on the same level as the Whitehouse’s, he said.

This meant they were able to take advantage of a situation that allowed the WhiteHouse to have its own communications strategy, said Rozell.

In this case, the Whitehouses chief strategist, Joel Benenson, and the chief communications officer, Katie Walsh, both worked for the Obama team.

This gave them a strong platform to launch their own strategy.

So there was a lot of synergy between the White houses offices.

They worked closely together, and they both had a lot to offer. 

That said, there was one big difference between 2016 and this year: Trump was the president at the time.

The White House now is run by Vice President Mike Pence.

The president has also given the top management of the WhiteHOUSE, the transition team, and his administration more autonomy.

The deputy press secretary, Ben Smith, also has been reassigned to another job. 

Pence has also been able to reshape the White HOUSE into a more effective office that can respond to crises quickly and respond to the changing political climate, Rozell said. 

There are also new appointments at the WhiteScoop. 

Newspaper Publisher Mike Goodwin, who helped oversee the White, now oversees the Washington bureau.

His deputy, Emily Schulte, has also stepped down from her position at the newspaper.

She joined the White before the transition, and she is now part of the new administration. 

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Press Secretary Michael Short are now the lead writers for the Washington Post. 

One big difference is that the White has been able keep control of its communications.

The Post has no formal communications director.

That means there are no senior communications staffers and no senior aides.

This has led to a lot less communication from the White about what is happening with the president and the WhiteHouses team, Rozel said.

In addition, Trump and Pence have made it clear that they want to keep the White on top of the communications effort, and it appears the new WhiteHouse communications director, Alex Conant, is also working on the issue.

The new Whitehouse communications director is now also part of Pence’s transition team. 

As the transition has taken over, Trump has taken on a much bigger role in the daily operations of the presidency.

The administration is now taking on more responsibility for the daily briefing of the press, according to Rozell and others. 

Some of the administration’s top officials are now taking charge of the daily operation of the Office of American Innovation, a WhiteHouse-run office focused on developing policies and programs.

The Trump White House is still working on many of the issues the Obama presidency faced.

The transition team has begun to implement some of these changes.

In October, the Office for American Innovation is going to be led by a former Obama administration official, Stephanie Grisham, a former senior adviser to Vice President Joe Biden.

Grishamp is expected to have more say in the policies and budget of the office, which has a budget of around $20 million. 

President Trump speaks during the 2017 National Day of Prayer ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial on January 26, 2018 in Washington, DC. 

While some White House aides have moved on from the Obama era, others have remained in the White.

The director of national intelligence, for instance, has been under Trump’s command since the election.

Another WhiteHouse official, who asked not to be named, said he was also in charge of managing the Office on the National Interest, a program aimed at promoting American interests abroad.

The office was disbanded after the election, and Trump has since appointed several White House officials to replace them. 

Still, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said last month that the president would not be leaving the White for the time being.

Spicer told reporters on a conference call that the administration was “actively