A Nov. 10 WorldNetDaily article by Aaron Klein notes that White House communications director Anita Dunn is "is slated to step down from her post at the end of the month," adding that this "makes her the second Obama administration official to step down following controversies on which WND has reported."
In fact, WND had nothing to do with Dunn's departure. As Media Matters notes, Politico reported in April -- months before WND focused on Dunn -- that she was filling the job on an interim basis "until the president settles on a permanent replacement" for previous communications director Ellen Moran.
Further, the "controversy" Klein claims brought down Dunn is itself bogus. Klein previously attacked Dunn by dishonestly framing her comments about how the Obama presidential campaign tried to frame coverage of the candidate as a claim that Obama controlled the media, ignoring the fact that this such media tactics are standard for any major political candidate.