WH Communications Director tries out the judicial branch
FILE PHOTO/White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer (far right) talking with President Obama, Senior Advisers Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod in the Oval Office on May 21, 2010.
February 28th, 2011
04:40 PM ET

WH Communications Director tries out the judicial branch

WASHINGTON (CNN) – While his bosses were busy dealing with the situation in Libya, White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer had other civic duties on his mind.

“I will try out a different branch of government today when I head to jury duty in the District,” Pfeiffer tweeted this morning.

According to his Twitter account, he was dismissed from jury duty in the afternoon without getting called but “will try not to take it personally.”

Pfeiffer, 35, has worked with President Obama since the days of his presidential campaign back in 2007. He’s worked for a handful of powerful Democrats, including Al Gore’s presidential bid in 2000.

Presumably, Pfeiffer was able to make it back to the White House in order to help his team continue the response to events happening in Libya.

Topics: Dan Pfieffer • The News

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  1. Jay in NC

    These people do not look like happy campers. Here are some possible titles for this picture.

    "Now Barry, please stop making promises you can not keep."

    "Please take off the President Bush mask. People know it is you."

    "Oh, man, that is a nasty cut The First Date put on your lip."

    "No Barry, you can not borrow another trillion dollars."

    February 28, 2011 at 5:01 pm |