Sunday, December 26, 2010

Geithner Stays

The president's press secretary, Robert Gibbs, tells CNN's "State of the Union" show that he doesn't expect any major shuffling to take place in the Cabinet.

He also said that there's much work yet to be done at the Treasury Department to implement financial reform. Look's like Geithner stays.

Like I have said, Geithner appears very connected and will leave when he wants to leave.

Gibbs also said that President Obama will name Larry Summers' replacement at NEC  a week or two after the new Congress convenes.

1 comment:

  1. Like David Walker says: "Our BIGGEST deficit is our LEADERSHIP DEFICIT".

    Morons. Effing inept morons.