The FBI got 'usable, actionable' intel from terrorism suspect

FBI agents got "usable, actionable intelligence" from the suspect accused of trying to blow up a flight on Christmas Day, according to a White House spokesman.

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said FBI investigators "gleaned" information from Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab after a failed attempt to bomb a Northwest Airlines flight to Detroit.

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President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaMontana governor raises profile ahead of potential 2020 bid Trump was right to ditch UN’s plan for handling migrants Ex-White House stenographer: Trump is ‘lying to the American people’ MORE is scheduled to meet with his national security team Tuesday afternoon to continue a review of the "systemic failure" that allowed Abdulmutallab to board the flight. Obama met with several officials in the Oval Office Monday afternoon as well.

The president is "anxious" to talk to his team to figure out where the security breakdown occurred, according to Gibbs who added that the review will not end with Tuesday's meeting.

Obama is scheduled to make remarks after his meeting.