There will likely be a new leader for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Although no announcement has been made, the Bush administration is looking to replace Rabbi Irving “Yitz” Greenberg as the chairman of the museum’s governing council, according to officials involved in the selection process. President Bush is known for replacing appointees once their terms expire. Greenberg’s term expires in January.
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