１、國務卿烤大米：Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice
２、教育部長馬司平：Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings
During Bush's first term, Spellings served as Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, where she helped craft education policies, including the No Child Left Behind Act. She was also responsible for the development and implementation of White House policy on health, labor, transportation, justice, housing, and other elements of President Bush's domestic agenda. Prior to her White House appointment, Spellings worked for six years in Texas as Governor George W. Bush's Senior Advisor with responsibility for developing and implementing the governor's education policy. Her work included the Texas Reading Initiative, the Student Success Initiative to eliminate social promotion, and the nation's school assessment and accountability system.
３、駐聯合國大使凱胡氏：Ambassador Karen Hughes
Perhaps nobody is closer to the president than Karen Hughes — one-time counselor to the president and now an ambassador charged with reshaping America's image in the Muslim world. Hughes leads efforts to improve America’s dialogue with the world, participates in policy development and oversees three bureaus at the Department of State: Educational and Cultural Affairs, Public Affairs, and International Information Programs. She previously served as an advisor to President Bush for more than 10 years. As Counselor to the President for his first 18 months in the White House, she was involved in major domestic and foreign policy issues, led the communications effort in the first year of the war against terror, and managed the White House offices of communications, media affairs, speech writing and press secretary. She served as Director of Communications during the President’s six years as governor of Texas, and was the communications director for his 1994 and 1998 gubernatorial campaigns and his 2000 presidential campaign.
４、總統法律顧問哈密氏：Harriet Miers, Counsel to the President
Harriet Miers has been a friend of the president's for nearly 20 years. Miers has served as Counsel to the President since February 2005. She was first appointed to be Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary on January 20, 2001. In 2003, Ms. Miers was promoted to be Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff. She’s described as one of the president's most trusted confidants.
嘿嘿，原話是：Over the past five years, President Bush has made a habit of revising the old adage "behind every great man is a great woman" by putting those great women right beside him.