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White House Chief Of Staff Quits

White House chief of staff Andy Card has resigned. An administration official says Card will be replaced by budget director Josh Bolten.

President Bush is expected to announce the change later this morning. The move comes amid a sharp decline in Bush's approval ratings. Republicans have called for the president to bring in new aides with fresh ideas and new energy.

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