Donald Trump has some of the most memorable press secretaries in modern US history. First there was Sean Spicer who falsely claimed there were more attendees at Donald Trump’s inauguration than Barack Obama’s. Then there was the always cheerful Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
After years of Sean Spicer, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Kayleigh McEnany, Jen Psaki has been a breath of fresh air. The Biden Press Secretary has frequently gone viral for her snappy comebacks to stupid questions.
When you have to work as the White House press secretary, it helps to have a sense of humor. And Jen Psaki has displayed a quick wit and a willingness to diffuse hard questions with an air of levity.
Psaki has made a commitment to giving a briefing nearly every day. And nearly every day, a Conservative reporter tries to take her off her rhythm with a gotcha question.
There were many traditions that looked quite different during Donald Trump’s presidency. But nothing, however, was quite as unusual as Trump’s press secretaries and the way they handled themselves during briefings.
Republicans hope to paint Democrats as "anti-American" "Nazis" if they don't attend Netanyahu's speech, but President Obama has done more for Israel's security than any other president.
U.S. President Obama strongly condemned the attack on the satirical Paris newspaper that left at least 12 people dead. The President vowed to provide any assistance needed to help bring these terrorists to justice.
Ari Fleischer, the White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush during the early years of the Iraq War. took to Twitter on Friday to help conservatives pin the blame on Obama for the recent surge of violence in Iraq.
On Tuesday, during his press briefing, White House Press Secretary absolutely torched Republican strategist and Fox News contributor Karl Rove over his recent comments about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
On Friday, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew stated that the debt ceiling will need to be raised no later than February 27th.
At his press conference on Monday afternoon, White House Press Secretary confirmed that over 375,000 people visited the federal health care exchange between midnight and noon ET.
Conservatives are outraged that Carney repeated the Candy Crowley 'lie' (also known as a fact in sane circles) that Obama referred to the Benghazi attacks as an 'act of terror.'