Robert Gibbs's file:

Robert Gibbs served as White House press secretary for President Barack Obama. He now is a Democratic consultant.

Recent statements involving Robert Gibbs

"We have been in Afghanistan longer now than we have been in any foreign land conducting a war in our nation’s history."

Says Mitt Romney "has a corporation in Bermuda (but) failed to disclose that on seven different financial disclosures."

Says John Boehner changed his position on extending Bush tax cuts.

A request for "an increase in troops sat on desks in this White House (during the presidency of George W. Bush), including the vice president's, for more than eight months, a resource request filled by President Obama in March."

The Republican leadership's budget proposal "doesn't contain any numbers."

Recent stories featuring Robert Gibbs

Stakes high for AJC PolitiFact Georgia :

The stakes were high for AJC PolitiFact Georgia last week.

Two U.S. senators and a Clayton County official made claims on one of this state's hottest topics: jobs.

The White House sparred with U.S. House Republican leader John Boehner over tax cuts that could have a major impact on the struggling economy. Republican governors tried to thwart the efforts of Democrat Roy Barnes to reclaim the governor's seat.

And a candidate for agriculture commissioner bet about $1 billion in economic benefit would rain down if we let Georgians gamble on ponies.

Here's a roundup of this week's rulings:

A budget proposal, but without numbers:

The GOP budget proposal doesn't include estimates of revenues or expenses.

Withdrawal of Gregg creates Truth-O-Meter dilemma:

EDITOR'S NOTE: The withdrawal of Sen. Judd Gregg as Obama's nominee for commerce secretary creates a tricky situation for us. Here's how we're dealing with it.

Your guide to the economic stimulus bill:

For two weeks, you've heard claims that the bill includes lots of goodies — millions for Filipino veterans, ACORN and programs for sexually transmitted diseases. We sort out the truth.

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