What makes Jarrett unusual in the Obama world is that she is a friend and confidant of both Michelle and Barack.
You have to go out and assume the role of friend, or confidant, or party companion, or willing cohort, and Chris did all that.
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If the President went through with the appointment, he was counting on his confidant to bust open those particular X-Files.
Hoffman plays Jon Savage, the sarcastic and pessimistic brother (and confidant) to his sister, Wendy.
She had chosen me for her confidant and I learned all about her quarrels with her lover.
At all events, this was a subject upon which I received no enlightening from their confidant.
The young fellow made a confidant of Doctor Joe, as young people were very apt to do, he was so sympathetic and kindly.
Sooner or later it must have been so; and I want a confidant.
Make your dear mother your confidant in all your perplexities and trials.
1610s, confident, "(male) person trusted with private affairs," from French confident (16c.), from Italian confidente "a trusty friend," literally "confident, trusty," from Latin confidentem (nominative confidens), present participle of confidere "to trust, confide" (see confidence). The spelling with -a- came to predominate 18c. and might reflect the French pronunciation.