"Of all of President Obama's staffers, Pat Cunnane was definitely one of them."
– —Dan Pfeiffer, cohost of Pod Save America and former senior advisor
"...But seriously, Pat tells a funny, moving story about working in the White House that is a must read for anyone who misses having Barack Obama as President.”
– —Dan Pfeiffer
"As the only human who has worked with Pat in a real White House and now a fake one, I have the authority to tell you to read this book. It's good. And inspiring. And funny."
– —Kal Penn, star of Designated Survivor
"Sharp, funny, and true, West Winging It is a super fun journey for any reader—and for me, a wonderful trip down Memory Lane.”
– —Alyssa Mastromonaco, New York Times bestselling author of Who Thought This Was a Good Idea and former deputy chief of staff
"Pat Cunnane captures the feeling that anyone with the opportunity to occupy a desk in the West Wing should have: astonishment at their improbable good fortune, and awe at the responsibility that comes with it. West Winging It is a fun, poignant reminder that the best part about working in the Obama White House was the people working with you, and knowing that everyone was there for the right reason: to try to do as much good, for as many people, as we possibly could."
– —Jay Carney, former press secretary
“West Winging It is the compelling true story of Pat Cunnane, who proves a talented, funny tour guide from his desk outside the Press Secretary's office. Pat reminds us that the responsibility and privilege of a job in the West Wing should be fun, even if it’s not nearly as glamorous as it looks on TV.”
– —Josh Earnest, former Press Secretary
“With all that’s going on in Washington these days, it’s refreshing to read about the lighter moments inside a somewhat more normal White House.”
– —Rob Reiner, actor and director
“[A] fitfully funny, often earnest insider's look at the Obama era… a warm and observant portrait of what it's like to work for the White House…When he's truly candid, Cunnane nails it.”
“A fond look back…has the snappy, sunny vibe of a period that ended less than two years ago but seems like another century.”
– —USA Today