Psaki will leave Biden in the middle of the term
"When I talked to the inner circle of the Biden orbit about this, we talked about coming in and doing this job for a year and which was quite appealing to me for many reasons," Psaki said in an interview with former Obama Chief Campaign Strategist David Axelrod. "I think it’s going to be time for somebody else to have this job, in a year from now or about a year from now."
Psaki was chosen for this public position to distract the media from Joe Biden, who had not met with reporters for three months.
In the meantime, Psaki's attempts to draw attention to himself ended in no match in the statements of Biden and the press secretary. Jen Psaki previously served Barack Obama and became famous for repeatedly speaking nonsense.
This time, Psaki chose to leave the politics of looking after her young children, “WH Press Sec. Working mom of 2 small humans. Spends most days communicating about @POTUS' agenda & rebuilding trust with the American people,” she wrote on Twitter.
"I was the White House communications director, I've served in lots of different roles," she continued. "It's a great job, it's amazing, yes it will be hard but I also never thought I'd be here and I also love my kids a lot."
On a new #AxeFiles, WH @PressSec Jen Psaki speaks candidly about the daily tug-and-pull with the media and the administration’s determination to avoid getting knocked off message. “We’re never going to satisfy the White House press corps.” pic.twitter.com/v6sFyiD5sw— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) May 6, 2021
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