Will still give it a try -- and maybe a ticket back from LA?
The second is that Barack Obama is losing his only gay speechwriter. None of the reports -- none -- no one who has written or blogged about Lovett's big news has shared anything of his gay sizzle and fabulousness.
Favreau attended the College of the Holy Cross, graduating as valedictorian.
In college, he accumulated scholastic honors, and took part in and directed community and civic programs.
PHOTOS: 10 Presidents and Their Famous Hollywood Pals During his time at the White House, Favreau penned big speeches for the president, including Obama’s first inaugural address and his healthcare speech to Congress. "He has become a friend and a collaborator on virtually every major speech I've given in the Senate, on the campaign trail and in the White House,” Obama said in a statement.
Favreau’s successor will be Cody Keenan, who is a Chicago native in charge of writing Obama’s upcoming State of the Union address and previously headed up the effort on Obama’s remarks following last December's mass shooting in Newtown, Conn.
In 2005, Obama's communications director Robert Gibbs recommended Favreau to Obama as a speechwriter.
Favreau was hired as Obama's speechwriter shortly after Obama's election to the United States Senate.
The ceremony took place at the bride's family vacation home.
In 2009, he was named as a White House staff member as Director of Speechwriting.
From 1999 to 2000, he served on the Welfare Solidarity Project, eventually becoming its director.
(Tommy is the guy pictured on the left.)Vietor and Jon Lovett have been sharing a flat this past year, or were last I checked in, and that means Vietor will probably need a new roomie unless President Obama is giving his National Security Spokesman a raise -- and given the debt ceiling fiasco, I somehow doubt that.
Congratulations Jon Lovett -- though I just can't imagine Barack Obama being funny without you.