Gibbs: HHS Secretary 'Possible' by Next Thursday
By Anne E. Kornblut
It is "entirely possible" that President Obama will pick a Secretary of Health and Human Services before convening a health care summit next Thursday, press secretary Robert Gibbs said on Friday.
Gibbs, speaking on Air Force One, said he still did not know whether the new HHS Secretary would hold two titles -- the agency one and that of health care czar -- as the previous nominee, former senate majority leader Thomas A. Daschle, was supposed to. But he did not knock down the notion that the new nominee could be announced in less than a week.
Posted at 6:01 PM ET on Feb 27, 2009
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