The Year in Gibbs: Top Ten Robert Gibbs Moments of 2010


As 2010 draws to a close, it’s time to take stock of the year that was, and since we in the White House press corps might not have him around much longer, I think it’s important to look back on Year Two of Press Secretary Robert Gibbs‘ tenure. While it was a bumpy year for the Obama administration, Gibbs was out there every day, taking the heat and giving some back. As a fourth-row witness to Gibbs’ tumultuous year, here are my selections for the Top Ten Robert Gibbs Moments of 2010.

Next: #10 – Don’t Make Gibbs Angry. You Wouldn’t Like Him When He’s Angry.

#9 – Gibbs Holds First-Ever Daily Briefing in the Rose Garden

#8 – Giving Sarah Palin a Hand

#7 – A Bet is a Bet

#6 – Keith Olbermann and Jon Stewart, Settle Down

#5 – Gibbs Passes on Chance to Apologize to BP’s Tony Hayward

#4 – Nobody Puts the Press Pool in the Corner

#3 – Taming the Twitterverse

#2 – Landing in Hot Water for Giving Democrats a Midterm Reality Check

#1 – Taking on “The Professional Left”

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