The voice of a president: Obama’s head speechwriter, Jon Favreau, will be departing March 1, following seven years of service to the president. Favreau may try his hand, of all things, at a screenwriting gig, perhaps in Los Angeles.

Favreau’s career took off when, at age 23, he interrupted U.S. Senate candidate Barack Obama during a speech rehearsal to offer some suggestions for improvement.

Read White House correspondent Christi Parsons’ full story here.
Photo: Pete Souza / White House

The voice of a president:¬†Obama’s head speechwriter, Jon Favreau, will be departing March 1, following seven years of service to the president. Favreau may try his hand, of all things, at a screenwriting gig, perhaps in Los Angeles.

Favreau’s career took off when, at age 23, he interrupted U.S. Senate candidate Barack Obama during a speech rehearsal to offer some suggestions for improvement.

Read White House correspondent Christi Parsons’ full story here.

Photo: Pete Souza / White House

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