Desiree Rogers Quits: White House Social Secretary To Step Down In March


White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers, who became embroiled in the Salahi party crashing scandal, will resign next month.

Rogers told the Chicago Sun-Times's Lynn Sweet in an interview that "this is a good time for me to explore opportunities in the corporate world."

Rogers is a long-time friend of the Obamas from Chicago.

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