Senior Presidential Advisor

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Senior Presidential Advisor is a title used by high-ranking political advisors to the president of the United States. The position ranks above that of White House Chief-of-Staff, with a senior advisor having unfettered access to the president. In policymaking authority, a Senior Presidential Advisor is second only to the president him/her self. Typically, most administrations have had only one, two, or three senior advisors at a time.

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