...Or Does This Like Someone We Know Too Well?

From Adam Nagourney, Patrick Healy, and Kate Zernike in today's New York Times...

"[X] showed a tendency toward an insular management style, relying on a coterie of aides who have worked for [X] for years, [X]'s aides and associates said. [X]'s choice of lieutenants, and... insistence on staying with them even when friends urged [X] to shake things up, was blamed by some associates for the campaign’s woes. Again and again, [X] was portrayed as a manager who valued loyalty and familiarity over experience and expertise."

The emphases are mine and the article isn't- though you might think it should be- George W. Bush.

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