10 days later, McCellan says: "Ultimately, the president is in charge..."

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But in this case, with the president under fire for a poor early reaction to the storm, the large cast of sometimes-changing aides being thrown at the response is contributing to a perception that the president has not taken complete control of the situation himself, said Paul Light, a professor of organizational studies at New York University. 'It's just reinforcing this image that the federal government doesn't know who's on first,' he said.

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