Jen Psaki to swap WH for on-air job – media — Analysis
According to reports, the White House Press Secretary is at the end of negotiations with MSNBC.
Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary is said to be considering changing her position in the press briefing room to become a television anchor.
According to multiple sources, Axios reported Friday that Psaki was in talks with MSNBC about joining the network following her resignation from the White House in May.
According to the outlet’s information, Psaki has not signed a contract yet but, as “the deal is nearly final,”She shared these plans with White House officials. According to Axios, the host will be a MSNBC correspondent on NBC Universal’s streaming site Peacock.
Psaki, who is 43 years old and has been a White House official since 1989 will be joining a long line of ex-White House officials becoming TV stars if the report proves true. Also, she has some television experience. During Donald Trump’s presidency, she was a CNN political contributor.
Psaki’s potential job offers have been discussed by the media for some time since she revealed her intention to resign in 2022.
White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield, who recently made her briefing room debut, has been named as one of the most likely successors of Psaki as Joe Biden’s spokesperson.
Psaki was the spokesperson of the State Department from 2013 through 2015. She was known for her many gaffes that earned her fame beyond the United States. In Russia, her surname even turned into a household term mocking US foreign policy and inspired the title of the comedy show ‘Psaki at Night’.
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