"...Jarett loyalists, especially women and minorities, continued to feel that Rahm was insensitive, which was hardly the first time he faced that charge. They complained that they had trouble breaking into `the boys club' that had also largely run things during the  campaign, when Obama first showed he was most comfortable with a tight circle of male advisors...Women and minorities felt the same subtle social exclusion that they often perceived in the workplace: that they were there to `fill a role' rather than for their true talents. They...found it ironic to be confronting a boys club in the Obama White House..."
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