Newsweek’s Richard Wolffe, also an NBC political analyst and accomplished author, now adds Public Strategies, Inc. to his resume. His newest book “Renegade” about the campaign of President Obama is due out later this year.
From the release: “Wolffe, most recently Newsweek’s senior White House correspondent, officially assumes his new position as a senior strategist on April 13. He will be based in the firm’s Washington office, where he will advise several of its top clients.
Dan Bartlett, counselor to the President during the Bush administration is the president and CEO of Public Strategies. “I am so pleased that Richard Wolffe is joining us… His deep understanding of the political and economic landscape makes him a huge asset to our clients,” Bartlett says in the release.
The full release after the jump.
Update: From Politico’s Michael Calderone, “I am still going to be doing some writing,” Wolffe told POLITICO. “So I’ll be keeping my head in journalism. And I’ll still be working with MSNBC.”