Chris Wallace: Jen Psaki Restored "Much-Needed Civility to the White House Briefing Room"

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Apr 27, 2022, 7:36:15 AM4/27/22
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CNN+ anchor Chris Wallace praised outgoing White House Press Secretary
Jen Psaki Wednesday on his show "Look Who Is Talking to Chris Wallace"
for bringing "civility" back to the White House briefing room.

Wallace said, "You have been, I think it's fair to say, been widely
praised for your stint here at the White House. In fact, I have praised
you for your stint here at the White House. How do you think you've
done?"

Psaki said, "What was most important is that we reset the tone, that we
reestablish the briefing room, the press office, and what we were doing
as a source of information, accurate to the American people."

She added, "We wanted to provide them as much information, peel the
curtain back as to what was happening and do it in a way that would
hopefully calm the nerves of the prior four years."

Wallace said. "We are going to miss you behind the podium, and if you
end up at a cable channel other than this one, I promise I will watch
you."

Psaki said, "Thank you, Chris."

After ending the interview, Wallace said, "The job of White House press
secretary is tricky. You represent that president, but you're paid by
the American people. Handling those sometimes dueling obligations is a
delicate balance. But Jen has done as good a job at it as any press
secretary I can remember while restoring some much-needed civility to
the White House briefing room. She will be missed."

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Apr 27, 2022, 2:29:54 PM4/27/22
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In article <t4b9rd$245$1...@dont-email.me>,
Ubiquitous <web...@polaris.net> wrote:

> CNN+ anchor Chris Wallace praised outgoing White House Press Secretary
> Jen Psaki Wednesday on his show "Look Who Is Talking to Chris Wallace"
> for bringing "civility" back to the White House briefing room.
>
> Wallace said, "You have been, I think it's fair to say, been widely
> praised for your stint here at the White House. In fact, I have praised
> you for your stint here at the White House. How do you think you've
> done?"
>
> Psaki said, "What was most important is that we reset the tone, that we
> reestablish the briefing room, the press office, and what we were doing
> as a source of information, accurate to the American people."

Hahahahahahahahahaha!

She raised lying to an art form and is continuing to do it here.

> After ending the interview, Wallace said, "The job of White House press
> secretary is tricky. You represent that president, but you're paid by
> the American people. Handling those sometimes dueling obligations is a
> delicate balance. But Jen has done as good a job at it as any press
> secretary I can remember while restoring some much-needed civility to
> the White House briefing room. She will be missed."

If the press room was uncivil before, it was all the vultures in the
seats that made it so.
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