Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki will soon helm the primetime 8 p.m. ET slot Mondays on MSNBC.
The left-wing channel has announced that Psaki, whose show “Inside with Jen Psaki” currently airs Sundays at 12 p.m. ET, will be doing the show Mondays as well starting later this month on September 25.
The show’s page on X, the social media platform previously known as Twitter, also indicates that there are “new, original episodes Thursdays exclusively on Peacock.” Peacock is an online streaming service.
Psaki departed from her role as White House press secretary in May of 2022. She was replaced by Karine Jean-Pierre, who is still currently serving in the position.
“As the 2024 presidential race continues to take shape, Psaki—who joined MSNBC in Oct. 2022—has contributed to MSNBC’s election and special coverage programming, bringing her expertise in government and the campaign trail to the network’s primetime viewers during major breaking news and political events,” a press release reads
Biden is on track to become the 2024 Democratic presidential nominee, as he maintains a massive lead over challengers Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Marianne Williamson, according to the polls. Already the oldest president in history, Biden would be 86 by the end of a second term if reelected.
Former President Donald Trump has been walloping other GOP presidential hopefuls in the polls, so 2024 may shape up to be a Biden versus Trump rematch.
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