Morning Briefing
November 28th, 2011
08:17 AM ET

Morning Briefing

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

TV attack ads aim at Obama early and often [NYTimes]

DNC ramps up its attacks on Mitt Romney [YouTube]

Obama would beat W, but nearly half don’t want either [Vanity Fair]

Let the Chris Christie 2012 talk begin again! [Politico]

Leaders in Europe seek new pact with Obama’s help [WSJ]

Good Black Friday expected to lift stock market [WSJ]

Don’t call Gingrich the ‘anti-Romney’ [NYTimes]

Payroll tax extension to face fight in Senate? [NYTimes]

Recusal battle over health care at Supreme Court [Wash Post]

POTUS' Day Ahead: EU comes to the WH
November 28th, 2011
07:45 AM ET

POTUS' Day Ahead: EU comes to the WH

Good morning from the White House. President Obama spends the day immersed in the crisis surrounding the Euro and the broader issues surrounding the European debt, hosting a summit with several EU leaders in the morning at the White House. He follows up the larger meeting with a EU summit lunch and then a smaller meeting with European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President José Manuel Barroso.

Full schedule after the jump


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