Romer’s resignation came amid a report that she had been frustrasted that she didn’t have as much access to the president as LarrySummers, director of the White House National Economic Council. One administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss internal relations at the White House, played down that notion, noting that Romer met with the president daily to chart the government’s response to the financial meltdown. The official said Romer and Summers often emerged as strong allies.
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