The news is that White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is resigning, effective after the January 25th State of the Union Address, and will become an “outside political advisor.” If Gibbs’ effectiveness in that role is as solid as the competency he has displayed as press secretary, a future Republican challenger to Barack Obama should be quietly smiling at this news.
Personally, I can’t recall a press secretary with a fraction of Gibbs’s smugness or superciliousness, or his tendency to talk down to reporters and the American people.
Don’t let the door hit you in the *** on the way out, Robert…
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