President Obama continues to believe that overthrown leader Manuel Zelaya is the leader of Hondurus, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday.

Zelaya was expelled from Honduras in a military coup over the weekend.

Via CBS's Mark Knoller's Twitter feed:
On Honduras, Gibbs says the WH is seeking to restore the democratic process there and still regards Zelaya as President.

Knoller also tweeted that Obama said the coup in Hondorus was "not legal."