The possible departure of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel could shore up the standing of another prominent member of the Obama administration, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr.

That’s according to Gregory Craig, who served as counsel to President Barack Obama until January. Craig had a contentious working relationship with Emanuel on issues of national security, as has Holder, but now Emanuel is considering resigning to run for mayor of Chicago.

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