Robert Gibbs has nothing to prove. Press relations manager of Obama for the presidency in 2008, he was then appointed head of press relations for the White House by President of the United States. A post he left two months ago to prepare the country … 2012 of any American leader. An impressive resume that has not failed to attract the covetousness of Mark Zuckerberg.
The founder of the famous social network and try to poach the ace.Although negotiations are not yet in their infancy, the New York Times reveals that Robert Gibbs would have already taken advice with several collaborators from the White House about this proposal.
This game of musical chairs is not the first between the Obama administration and Facebook. In 2008, Chris Hughes, co-founder of the website, had indeed left his position to steer the campaign of President 2.0, including through the platform My.BarackObama.com.