Clinton Adminstration Transition Interviews
These interviews discuss the organization of White House staff during the William J. Clinton administration. They also discuss the transition from the George H. W. Bush administration to the Clinton administration.
Lloyd Cutler (1917 - 2005)
White House Special Counsel, 1994, Clinton Administration.
James Fetig (1949 - )
Assistant Press Secretary for Foreign Affairs, and Director, Public Affairs, National Security Council (NSC), 1995-1996, Clinton Administration.
Ann F. Lewis (1937 - )
Deputy Campaign Manager for the Clinton/Gore Re-Election Campaign, 1995-1996; Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Communications, 1997; Assistant to the President and Director of Communications, 1997-1999; Counselor to the President, 1999-2001, Clinton Administration.
Michael D. McCurry (1954 - )
Assistant to the President and White House Press Secretary, 1995-1998, Clinton Administration.
Thomas F. (Mack) McLarty III (1946 - )
White House Chief of Staff, 1993-1994; Counselor to the President and Special Envoy for the Americas, 1995-1998, Clinton Administration.
Abner Mikva (1926 - )
White House Counsel to the President, 1994-1995, Clinton Administration.
Bob Nash (1947 - )
Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel, 1995-2001, Clinton Administration.
Leon Panetta (1938 - )
Director of the Offices of Management and Budget, 1993-1994; Chief of Staff to the President, 1994-1997, Clinton Administration.