Today’s Post rather solipsistically refers to itself about the whole thing:

But the Rahm-knows-better-than-the-president notion, increasingly spread by his allies and articulated in a Washington Post column by Dana Milbank last month, is, regardless of its relation to reality, creating more tension for the chief of staff inside the White House and drawing more scrutiny from outside.

National Journal also tries to join the what’s-wrong-at-the-White-House mix this week, but it requires an expensive subscription, and relies a lot on what Gelb wrote, plus a bunch of talking heads, so you can skip that one.

This Rahmology arc is surely not finished yet. That’s okay. This isn’t the social secretary we’re talking about.

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Holly Yeager is CJR's Peterson Fellow, covering fiscal and economic policy. She is based in Washington and reachable at