Robert Gibbs on FNC
January 25, 2010
It seems a truce has been called on Fox News by the White House.
Robert Gibbs, the WH Press Secretary appeared on Chris Wallace’s Sunday program.
I’m sure only because Scott Brown won and he wanted to assure us all that the WH is not worried about it.
Blah, blah, blah…………………..
It’s interesting to me that about 33 percent of Democrats watch Fox News! Yet they call it Faux News, Fox Noise, etc. Yet they continue to watch the channel!!
Transcript: Robert Gibbs on ‘FNS’
Sunday, January 24, 2010
The following is a rush transcript of the January 24, 2010, edition of “Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace.” This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
CHRIS WALLACE, ANCHOR: I’m Chris Wallace and this is “Fox News Sunday.” The political winds of change rattle Washington. In the wake of Scott Brown’s upset win, will President Obama be forced to reshape his agenda? We’ll ask one of his closest advisers, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, in a “Fox News Sunday” exclusive.
Then, Republicans celebrate their victory in Massachusetts but have their eye on a bigger prize in November. We’ll handicap GOP chances to cut into the Democratic majority with John Cornyn, chairman of the Republican Senate Campaign Committee.
And the Obama administration takes aim at Wall Street again. We’ll ask our Sunday regulars if this new populism is smart politics and good business, all right now on “Fox News Sunday.”
And hello again from Fox News in Washington. Joining us now, one of the president’s top advisers, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.
And, Robert, welcome back.
ROBERT GIBBS, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: Thanks for having me, Chris.
WALLACE: Let’s start with the effort to get Ben Bernanke a second term as chairman of the Federal Reserve. Do you now have the 60 votes you need for confirmation?
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