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Here's a piece of leftover news from Tuesday: After weeks of declining to address the issue of whether the White House offered Rep. Joe Sestak a job so he wouldn't challenge Arlen Specter in the Pennsylvania Senate primary, presidential press secretary Robert Gibbs kinda, sorta denied it.
"I’ve talked to several people in the White House; I’ve talked to people that have talked to others in the White House," Gibbs said at Tuesday's daily briefing. "I’m told that whatever conversations have been had are not problematic. I think Congressman Sestak has discussed that this is -- whatever happened is in the past, and he’s focused on his primary election."
The Christian Science Monitor has more.
-- Daniel Malloy