Letter of Resignation of Thomas C. Griscom as Assistant to the President for Communications and Planning
Dear Mr. President:
It is with deep regret that today I ask to be relieved of my duties as Assistant to the President for Communications and Planning effective June 30. There is never a good time to make such a request. But after careful consideration of both personal and professional obligations, I have reached this decision.
the past seven years, I have had the opportunity to be involved -- either
directly or indirectly -- in implementing many of the policies that you have
advanced. As an aide to then-Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker, I was able to
observe the early steps that you took to chart a new spirit in
have been part of the team that worked on the
So when I think back to these last several months, it will be with fond memories and a sense of pride to have been on this team. I feel the White House staff under Senator Baker's leadership has performed extremely well. I am confident that same performance will continue under the leadership of Ken Duberstein, because much remains to be done over the next seven months.
My best wishes are with you and Mrs. Reagan in the months and years ahead.
Thomas C. Griscom
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