Although Rudolph would not be apprehended until after Jones left office, the investigation revealed Jones to be a skilled political infighter
He has proven to be a skilled political infighter
, surviving bruising battles with the state's two teachers unions, Tea Party members, and Common Core opponents.
53) Tru and Quynh had very different personalities; while Tru was proactive and full of ideas for reform, Quynh was a quintessential bureaucratic infighter
with a reputation for finding fault in others.
Breckinridge Long, a savvy bureaucratic infighter
who served in the department, worked its system to thwart hundreds of thousands of refugees seeking admission into the United States.
Apparently a bureaucratic infighter
par excellence, he is credited with forcing the removal of four deputy defense ministers in fifteen months.
Panetta recounts the "ugly struggle" with Dennis Blair, the retired admiral who, as director of national intelligence, was Panetta's nominal boss and mistakenly thought he could impose the chain of command on a veteran Washington infighter
Famed for his unwavering integrity, he was also a tough infighter
His career as an aviator includes sea assignments inFighter
Squadron (VF) 161, on board USS Midway (CV 41); in VF-21, the "Freelancers," on board USS Independence (CV 62); in Carrier Air Wing Five (CVW 5); in command of the VF-14 "Tophatters"; and as executive officer of USS Harry S.
Later, he became the proud patriarch of a neoconservative family: His son John is the current editor of Commentary and a columnist for The New York Post, and his son-in-law is Elliott Abrams, a feisty political infighter
who was a top adviser to President George W Bush.
Once he recovered from the rookie stumbles of 1993-1994, he proved an astute infighter
Rumsfeld's reputation as an adept bureaucratic infighter
stretches back to the Ford administration.
He was not an intellectual like his grandfather nor an infighter
like his mother but his pragmatic approach laid the foundation of economic liberalisation.