Robert Gibbs thinks Republicans will win, and David Axelrod won’t say Democrats will.
Nice work if you can get it.
Obama’s top advisor made good on a promise to remove his 40-year-old mustache on the set of MSNBC’s Morning Joe after a bet with host Joe Scarborough and a donation from Donald Trump helped raise over $1,000,000 to cure epilepsy.
At Harvard, GOP staffers sit at Axelrod’s feet. “We weren’t even running in the same race.”
Springsteen. Fleeces. Beards. A 2008 reunion inside the bubble, and the very end of the long, strange trip.
The Democrat-turned-Fox News figure is predicting a Romney landslide and is claiming Obama’s top strategist used work for him.
“We have the math and they have the myth,” Messina says. “I can only bet my mustache once,” says Axelrod.
“I will come on Morning Joe and I will shave off my mustache of 40 years if we lose any of those three states (Minnesota, Michigan, or Pennsylvania),” Obama’s guru promises.
In an appearance on MSNBC this morning, the top adviser to the Obama campaign came under fire for leaks from the White House.
After tragic shooting both campaigns pulled their negative ads, but the Obama campaign was first to restart the nasty attacks.
Says race isn’t about month to month totals.
Obama deputy campaign manger Stephanie Cutter lays into Romney in new campaign video hours after David Axelrod brands Romney as “outsourcer in chief.” Obama campaign piles on Washington Post report.
Attack, and duck. “We had a top-level surrogate at the WaWa,” insists Gorka.
Democrats bring out the knives after Romney’s first appearance on Face the Nation.
Gibbs, Axelrod on the lucrative speaking circuit, with clients including Romney-backing Skybridge. Gibbs paid to debate, defend the Administration, he says.
Axelrod, misidentified in this 1994 C-SPAN clip, sounded a bit like his critics, like James Carville, do now. The ‘stache endures.
In Manhattan, Obama’s guru sweats “those folks up in Boston.”
Asked to provide a yes or no answer, Axelrod filibusters.
“This is the great pageant of democracy,” declares Axelrod — as Romney supporters shout him down.
Obama’s top adviser refuses to make a distinction between inside money and outside money. Calls the Koch brothers “contract killers.”
Potential Republican VP pick responds to criticism from top Obama adviser.
The Romney campaign seizes on David Axelrod’s warning about an economy that “continues down the road we’re on.” The perils of being an incumbent.
After a Romney adviser tries to pin another anti-Ann insult on the Obama campaign, Axelrod tells him to “stick it…” Below, his Twitter rant against alleged Republican hypocrisy.
Seven months to go, 140 characters at a time. This is just a tiny taste of what’s to come — and we at BuzzFeed love it.
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The pressing question of our time.
It’s kind of what the gays did for “queer.” “Hell yeah, I’m for Obamacare,” David Axelrod says in this email.
Obama’s top political adviser says Romney is trying to appeal to the worst in people.
Democrats would prefer Newt Gingrich, and will do what they can to make that happen.
From the new book by New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor, The Obamas, here’s the Robert Gibbs meltdown that everyone is talking about. Gibbs has since apologized for the outburst and Valerie Jarrett, who was the recipient of said outburst, considers it water under the bridge. WARNING: Uncensored language.