White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has finally had it with Fox "News" reporter Peter Doocy, and her response today to yet another one of his squirrelly questions is her most entertaining so far. When asked at a press briefing if she could "imagine any circumstance where President Biden would ever fire" Anthony Fauci, Psaki didn't indulge him like she normally does. Instead, she just gave him a one-word Psaki-bomb answer and moved on. What a great way to end the week.
There was a shift away from the comical banter between White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Fox "News" reporter Peter Doocy yesterday, after he asked, "Why did President Biden suggest that Kyle Rittenhouse, on trial in Kenosha, is a white supremacist?" He was probably referring to the time in 2020 when then presidential candidate… READ THE REST
Twelve days after testing positive for a breakthrough case of Covid-19, Press Secretary Jen Psaki is back, along with a fresh stockpile of TNT. When asked by a reporter about the Build Back Better Act, and how it might add to inflationary pressure, Psaki shot straight to the point. First she explained that the Act… READ THE REST
Perhaps pining for another border mockumentary à la Ted Cruz, who in March braved the wild shores of the US-Mexico border in a canoe (trailer at bottom), Fox's Peter Doocy had his head in the clouds when he asked, "Why hasn't President Biden ever visited the southern border?" (Video below.) To which Press Secretary Jen Psaki,… READ THE REST
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