Gibbs: Crisis Needs Action, Not ‘Method Acting’

By Cullen Dirner

Jun 2, 2010 6:57pm

Answering criticisms from pundits and newspaper columnists that the President needs to be more emotive, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs told ABC News: "If the president thought that yelling at the top of his lungs would solve this crisis, he would stand on top of the White House and do that. But he believes this crisis will be solved by plugging the hole and responding to the damage done, not by method acting."

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