Greenville’s Billy Webster, currently President Clinton’s scheduling chief at the White House, plans to leave the federal government in September and return to Upstate South Carolina.
“It’s been the most interesting and rewarding experience of my life, also the most exhausting,” Webster said. “But you feel like you are making a difference.”
“I’m going to rest, spend some time with my family, and get back into the private sector,” Webster said.
Webster said he’ll remain involved in politics but has no specific political plans other than to “do whatever I can” to see that Clinton is re-elected in 1996.