Jen Psaki all but told the host that their choice of topic for their Sunday show bore no resemblance to what is on the minds of Americans.
Jen Psaki is right again.
Jen Psaki hits the nail on the head again. Meet The Press’ Kristen Welker started the segment on an irrelevant story, Joe Biden’s son. The newly minted MSNBC pundit pushed back most strikingly. You could see the embarrassment on Kristen’s face as she knew exactly what Psaki was doing.
“It was a big week here in Washington. So much news,” said Jen Psaki. “I don’t even know how you decided what to talk about this morning, Kyrsten. But the truth is, you know, I looked at a bunch of local front pages this morning. And if you look at the front page in Nevada, they’re talking about Trump’s rally there and what it means for candidates and turning out the vote. If you look at the front pages in Pennsylvania, they’re talking about Mastriano. Does he have a grassroots campaign or movement going? And obviously, Georgia is quite focused on every latest development and Herschel Walker. So the truth is, as much as there was so much news happening in Washington this week, it doesn’t always translate and often doesn’t translate to what voters are talking about in states. And I think that’s what we’re seeing currently.”
In effect, Psaki put the program producers in check and ‘do not ask ridiculous questions.’ She does not intend to be a Fox News pundit. These morning shows seem to become even less substantive as they try to mimic the Right.