The hardest job in the White House is the President. The second hardest job is not Chief of Staff, it’s not National Security Advisor, and it’s not Press Secretary, although I’m gaining a certain amount of respect for Press Secretaries. The second hardest job in the White House belongs to a 21-year-old kid named Charlie Young. He’s what’s called the President’s body man, his personal aide. He’s with the President morning to night. He has a range of responsibilities, all of them difficult. But the one he hates most in this: From time to time it is his job to wake the President up in the morning. And on this particular morning, the President had gone to sleep only three hours earlier.