However, don’t expect White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs to be using smiley-faced emoticons anytime soon.
“There’s a whole language, obviously, and typing with numbers and symbols that has evaded me,” Gibbs told Elliott. “I’m sure my son could teach me that far better than I could pick it up.”
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