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White House press secretary Robert Gibbs. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP

Between the continued Congressional drama over President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package and the drop in the Dow after yesterday's unveiling by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner of the Administration's bank bailout plan, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs will be in the hot seat when he takes to the daily briefing podium today at 2 p.m.

The Fix loves hot seats -- particularly when we aren't sitting on them -- and so we'll be live twittering the proceedings. You can follow our tweets one of two ways: either sign up for "TheHyperFix" feed on Twitter or scroll down to the bottom of this post for a running account of the festivities.

See you at 2!

  • Ok. That's it for today...spread the word...we will be back with more live twitter soon! And check out @thefix too! about an hour ago
  • One last note: Susan Collins, Olympia Snowe and Arlen Specter have spoken..that means 61 Senate vote. about an hour ago
  • Every senator is going to talk...and all cables are sticking with it...we are going to bow out...thanks for joining. about an hour ago
  • Specter appears to be willing to support compromise bill...that means Senate Dems will get 60 votes..this bill is passing..and passing soon about an hour ago
  • CRUD...Cspan 3 just went away from press conference...now we are on Specter! about an hour ago
  • "I'll be swimming in a deeper pool that I can see the bottom of." -- Gibbs. You aren't swimming if you can touch the bottom...right? about an hour ago
  • Do Major and the guy two rows behind him have the same tie on? They just might. about an hour ago
  • Odd moment...for the first time since Jan. 20...White House plays second fiddle to Congress... about an hour ago
  • @Pecksniffiana " 'Shovel Ready' ----> http://tinyurl.com/8fvn2p" about an hour ago
  • Major Garrett -- question on Israel elections..."We congratulate the Israelis on another successful election." But, it's not clear who won! about an hour ago

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By Paul Volpe  |  February 11, 2009; 1:30 PM ET
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Comments

Daily is too often to see this Gibb drivel.

Posted by: newbeeboy | February 12, 2009 7:34 AM | Report abuse

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