Morning Briefing: January 26
January 26th, 2012
09:18 AM ET

Morning Briefing: January 26

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

The tarmac showdown! [CNN]

Obama’s poll numbers up on economy [WSJ]

Warren Buffett’s secretary makes more than you think [Forbes]

Obama’s new talking points sound familiar [NYTimes]

Are there too many presidential debates [WashPost]

Is the Gingrich surge done…again? [WashPost]

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  1. NOvember 2012

    Good for Gov Brewer of AZ...she put obama in his place.... She wanted to talk economy and he wanted to talk about how he dislikes her book.. obama's concerned about his image and reelection..period! He really thinks he is King..thankthe lord we don't have Kings in this country. There was a may last week in Thailand who texted a negative comment aboottheir king...he got 20 years in prison. This is what the marxist model that obama touts get you.

    January 26, 2012 at 3:43 pm |
    • Trace

      Grow up, get a clue, or better yet, get an understanding....Jan Brewer couldn't put my son in his place. He and the intelligent majority of the electorate knows Jan Brewer isn't fit to stand in front of a mall security guard and complain about boxes of ex-lax being mis-priced. The woman has zero creditability for any one with just a small bit of good sense. But it stands to reason she would be YOUR hero....Geesh. Thank Heavens the fate of our country will not be left to the judgment of imbeciles like you. President Obama is the LEADER of the Free World. He is in constant negotiations with world leaders on matters of such complexity that, Jan Brewer could be in the room and couldn't find her hat from her overcoat, let alone even understand what they're even talking about. But to a Dubya fan like yourself, Jan Brewer is a genius and a world leader huh? Please go lay down, wash or hair or something...there are somethings seeping into your brain causing severe derangement

      January 27, 2012 at 12:34 am |