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Former White House Press Secretary Psaki Joins MSNBC


Former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki. File photoWASHINGTON, May 24.Outgoing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki will begin work on MSNBC in the fall, where she will host her own program, said channel president Rashida Jones. According to her, the program will air in the first quarter of 2023 while the project is in development and the title is not revealed. The former administration staff member will also be involved in covering the midterm congressional elections and the new presidential election in 2024. “Her extensive experience in government is the type of analysis that sets MSNBC apart,” Jones said in a release. She stressed , which considers Psaki “a familiar face and trusted authority for the channel's viewers”, and therefore the MSNBC staff “look forward to her in our ranks.” In turn, Psaki herself on Tuesday also confirmed her upcoming transition to MSNBC, noting that the study Americans' concerns have “never been more important”.Psaki, leaving the White House, spoke about the threats against her Psaki left the White House in mid-May, where she worked as a spokeswoman for the US administration for almost a year and a half. In 16 months in this capacity, she held almost 230 briefings, which is more than all the press secretaries of the previous President Donald Trump combined, calculated by the American press, which generally compliments Psaki. She became the official representative of the current administration of Psaki immediately after Biden's victory in the elections 2020 without even waiting for his inauguration. In the press service of the White House, although in more modest positions, she also worked under the previous Democratic President Barack Obama. In Russia, Psaki became famous when she was the press secretary of the State Department. Numerous reservations and frequent confusion, combined with sharp attacks on Moscow, then turned it into an object of criticism and parodies. At the White House, there were noticeably fewer mistakes in Psaki's statements, but sympathy for Russia and its leaders did not increase.

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