“Nicolle Wallace, former White House communications director for President George W. Bush, has been named a CBS News political consultant,” Sean McManus announced today. She starts immediately. She will “provide on-air analysis on a variety of political issues, including the upcoming 2006 elections,” CBS says.
Wallace was the director of communications for Bush’s 2004 campaign. She became an assistant to the president and the White House communications director in 2005, “serving as a primary spokesperson for the administration on national security, domestic policy and economic issues.”
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