Sr. Obama Campaign Adviser Robert Gibbs on the Obama campaign's response to the attacks in Libya.
"I think what we need to do is stop playing politics with this issue. Ambassador Stevens' own father said today this shouldn't be a political issue, this should be an issue we get to the bottom of for our investigation. We should bring those that did this to justice."
Sr. Obama Campaign Adviser Robert Gibbs said Sunday that President Obama will be "more energetic" during the next debate.
On the first debate Gibbs said "I think Mitt Romney's performance was, indeed, magical and theatrical. Magical and theatrical largely because for 90 minutes he walked away from a campaign he had been running for more than six years previous to that."
Polls show a tightening race in the final weeks before the election. How will the Obama campaign recalibrate its strategy after the president’s lackluster performance in Denver? We’ll talk to senior campaign adviser Robert Gibbs. And will Mitt Romney's surge continue through his second debate with President Obama? Senior campaign adviser Ed Gillespie joins us.
Then, the Road to the White House runs through Florida. We’ll look at the pressing issues facing voters in this crucial battleground state with Former Florida congressman Robert Wexler and the Former Chairman of the Florida Republican Party Al Cardenas.
Plus, insights from the campaign trail and making sense of those tax reform promises with CNN National Political Correspondent Jim Acosta, USA Today’s Susan Page, Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, and Bill Burton of Priorities USA.
Senior Obama Campaign adviser Robert Gibbs on last week's RNC convention and this week's DNC convention.
“State of the Union” is live from the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC.
Candy has three high profile democrats to discuss how the party can keep the White House and drive the national dialogue in the wake of a successful Republican Convention:
We’re also joined by Obama Senior Campaign Adviser Robert Gibbs. He’ll push back against the Republican criticism that Obama’s policies have failed. We'll also get the Republican rebuttal from from Senior Romney Campaign Adviser Eric Fehrnstrom.
Then, CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin and The Washington Post’s Dan Balz.
Sunday 9a & 12p ET
Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs on President Obama's 2008 plan for hope and change and whether he has succeeded.
Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs spoke about Harry Reid's claim that Mitt Romney has not paid taxes in the last ten years.
Congress begins a 5-week vacation, leaving a long list of unresolved issues. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says Republicans need to revisit their anti-tax pledges and embrace bipartisanship in an effort to solve the country’s debt crisis. He’ll join us live for an exclusive interview.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid doubled down on his accusation that Mitt Romney failed to pay taxes for ten years. Obama Campaign Senior Adviser Robert Gibbs is here to tell us what’s behind this elusive claim.
There’s mixed news on the economy as employers added 163,000 jobs in July, but unemployment rose to 8.3%. A Gallup poll this week indicated that only 35% of American business owners approve of President Obama. Many say federal regulations are stifling economic growth. BET Founder Bob Johnson and former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina are here to discuss.
Watch Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Obama Campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs on Sunday defended the Obama campaign and Super PAC ads against Mitt Romney's record while at Bain.
Senior Obama Campaign adviser Robert Gibbs said Sunday there is still a lot of work left to do to bring the economy back from "near collapse."
Gibbs: "We have made progress, but we have got a long way to go, and this is going to be an election about two different visions."
"We have to grow this economy like we did for years and years and decades from the middle- class out. Let's continue to add opportunity, let's bring this American dream back, let's guarantee that if you work hard and play by the rules, you will have a chance to get ahead, that your children will have a chance to get ahead."