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Greek-American Jen Psaki Set To Get Own Show on MSNBC

February 22, 2023

NEW YORK – Jen Psaki, the Greek-American former White House Press Secretary in the Biden Administration, has announced that she will be getting her own show on MSNBC. The show is set to debut next month and will be called “Inside with Jen Psaki.”

Psaki, who has been a frequent guest on cable news shows since leaving the White House last year, is known for her strong communication skills and ability to handle tough questions from the press.

Psaki is a well-known political commentator and has a long history of working in politics. She served as the White House Press Secretary in President Biden’s Administration and previously worked in the Obama administration as White House Communications Director and White House Deputy Communications Director.

According to MSNBC, “Inside with Jen Psaki” will air at 12pm Eastern time on Sundays with its debut being on Sunday, March 19. The show will feature a mix of interviews, analysis, and commentary. The show will also cover a wide range of topics, including politics, foreign policy, and the media. According to the same statement from MSNBC , on “Inside with Jen Psaki” Jen Psaki will, “break down and make sense of the most complex public policy discussions happening in the Nation’s Capital from the debt ceiling to the political campaign trail to the war in Ukraine and more”.

In addition to, “Inside with Jen Psaki”, Jen Psaki will also host a special recurring segment known as “Weekend Routine” where MSNBC states, “Psaki will pull back the curtain on the everyday lives of notable lawmakers and influential thought leaders. She will shadow each newsmaker as they move their usual activities discussing their work, careers and personal lives, spotlighting a unique and often unseen side.”

Psaki, who is of Greek descent and grew up in Stamford, Connecticut, has been a prominent figure in Democratic politics for over two decades. She served as a spokesperson for the Obama administration and was the deputy press director for the Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign in 2004.

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