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TWT Editor Who Trashed Bosses in Resignation Letter Lands New Job

Anneke Green is a shining example of a journalist who told off her bosses and went on to get a new job. And quickly.

Green, who infamously trashed her bosses as “unprofessional and dishonest” in a recent resignation letter, has joined the White House Writers Group as a Senior Director. She comes to the firm from TWT, where where she was Deputy Editor for Op-Eds.

“Anneke will bring new value to our clients through insight gained from her many accomplishments,” said Clark Judge, Managing Director of the White House Writers Group in a release. “Her experience in journalism, politics, and publishing, as well as being a former ‘white house writer,’ makes her a great fit for our firm.”

Green’s work history includes… the White House speechwriting office of President George W. Bush, in the leadership office of then-Senate Majority Whip Mitch McConnell, and as a press liaison and speechwriter at the Administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She was also a senior editor at Regnery Publishing.

“Anneke Green is a multi-talented media professional on the broad strategic level and in the trenches,” said Brett Decker, her former boss as editorial page editor of TWT, in the release. “Her political savvy and connections will enhance the top-shelf work done by the prestigious White House Writers Group.”



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