Jen Psaki

Tweeting baseless conspiracy theories does not mean a president is "in charge," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
"The Georgia legislation is built on a lie," the White House press secretary said in response to reporter Peter Doocy's question.
Like Biden, the last two presidents repeatedly criticized the U.S. campaign in Afghanistan. Both left office with thousands of American troops still in the country.
Jen Psaki tore into a right-wing reporter over a bizarre question about a “secret memo.”
Another victim of the stealthy "Psaki bomb," noted a Twitter fan.
"Has the president taken questions from you since he came into office, yes or no?” Psaki presses the reporter when he complains he wasn't called on.
Pot use is legal in over a dozen states and the Biden administration had said that past weed consumption would not “automatically” be disqualifying.
“I’m proud to announce that tomorrow, 58 days into our administration, we will have met our goal,” the president said Thursday.
The former president got his shot before leaving office, but has failed to join efforts encouraging Americans to get inoculated.
A report released by the Biden administration said Muhammad bin Salman had the journalist killed. But U.S. officials did not sanction the crown prince.