Washington (CNN) – CNN has learned that Stephanie Cutter, deputy to White House senior adviser David Plouffe, and a veteran Democratic aide, will be leaving the West Wing to join the Obama re-election campaign, according to a source familiar with the move.
Cutter, who will serve as deputy campaign manager, will depart toward the end of the year, the source said.
During the 2008 presidential campaign, Cutter served as one of Michelle Obama's key aides, then after the election became spokesperson for Barack Obama's transition team.
She later joined the administration and helped coordinate communication around health care reform.
Cutter also played a key role in Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor's confirmation process.
Please, take Obame with you. He never create anything in his life and we ask him to do now. What a joke.
We the people of America is full filling our fore father dream one people whether president of vp in our life time. Bless.
What were her options... Director of Investor relations for Solyndra? Offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs? Travel agent for Iranian Border Hiking Tours?
Cutter made her right decision. You are really good girl.
Give up Cutter. Obama is finished,,
Is ANYONE in the White House these days?
There's a difference between working in BO's White House and his campaign????
Of course, nothing is more important than getting re-elected to cause even more gov't waste and fraud to occur. What happened to the new era of fiscal responsibility that Obama promised?