Washington: With less than 100 days to go for the crucial US presidential elections and the latest opinion polls reflecting a dead heat between Barack Obama and his Republican rival Mitt Romney, the incumbent President's top aide on Sunday acknowledged that it will be a close race.
"I think this is going to be a very close race throughout it. That's what we've prepared for. That's why we're investing in a grassroots army to win this race on Election Day," Robert Gibbs, top Obama Campaign adviser, told the ABC news.
Gibbs, before leaving for the Campaign served as the White House Press Secretary for the first two years of Obama's current term.
The latest Gallup Poll has reflected a tie between Obama and Romney. According to RealClearPolitics, which keeps track of all the opinion polls, Obama has a slender lead of 1.6 point over Romney in an average of all the opinion polls....more
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Washington: US President Barack Obama is hopeful of achieving tangible results during his "important" India visit in November and will focus mainly on the bilateral economic ties, the White House has said. "The President is involved in fairly regular meetings with the national security team to ensure a successful visit not long after the (Congressional) elections. It's an important trip," White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters. "We understand......
03:06 PM, Oct 20, 2010
Washington: The little blue bird was taken down by the mouse on Tuesday. Millions of Twitter users around the world were affected when the popular social networking website went down to a virus for a few hours. What’s alarming is the kind of security concerns the website has now raised. Thousands of users scrolled over links on twitter.com only to find ugly content appeared without warning, in some cases re-tweeting...
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