Jen Psaki May Soon Be ‘Stepping Down’ As White House Press Secretary

The Biden presidency has led to the infamy of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Daily, Psaki gives news conferences where she lies to the American public, twists narratives to make Biden look good, and otherwise serves as a mouthpiece for the current President.

As Florida Governor Ron DeSantis once pointed out, Psaki lies through her teeth each time she’s in front of the White House podium. At this point, and in light of the negative consequences of having Biden in office, more and more Americans are getting sick of Psaki’s lies.

It might not be a coincidence that Psaki is expected to step down as the White House Press Secretary before 2023, as National Review covers.

Should the White House Press Secretary step down from her post as intended, there’s a genuine possibility that America will see her on some mainstream news outlet.

MSNBC and CNN, for instance, have each expressed a clear interest in Psaki joining a slot on their networks. Meanwhile, NBC News, ABC News, and CBS News have likewise shown willingness to have Psaki join their programs in one capacity or the next.

However, the White House Press Secretary appears to bide her time and consider her options before leaving the White House.

If Psaki does join the mainstream media after leaving the White House, she wouldn’t be the first Press Secretary to take this route. For instance, former Trump Administration Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is now with Fox News after her tenure in the White House.

If Jen Psaki leaves the White House within the next several months, it will only add to a pattern of heavy overturn within the Biden Administration.

Multiple aids to both the President and Vice President have found various reasons to step down and move onto other employment opportunities. It has taken place both last year and during this year alone.

Overturn in the White House comes amid reports of both Biden and Harris being incredibly difficult to deal with and work for. At the beginning of his term, the President’s speech about everyone in the White House being required to treat one another with respect isn’t indeed being implemented.

If and when Psaki ceases to serve as the White House Press Secretary, much of the country will not miss her.