MSNBC Makes ANOTHER Liberal Hire And You Tell Me If This Is Going To Work

FILE - White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, in this Tuesday, June 22, 2021. MSNBC says former White House Press Secretary Psaki will debut a Sunday political show on the network next month. Her show, “Inside with Jen Psaki,” will air at noon each Sunday. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

Jen Psaki, former White House Press Secretary under President Joe Biden, is set to debut a weekly political program on MSNBC called “Inside with Jen Psaki” starting next month.

The show will air on Sundays at noon and will feature interviews with newsmakers, essays, and explainers of complicated political issues. Additionally, the show will be available the next day on the Peacock streaming service.

The move is part of an effort by MSNBC to give Psaki a more significant role on the network. In addition to her new show, she will be featured on various other television shows and will serve as a columnist for the network’s morning newsletter. The network hopes that the new show and her expanded role will allow her to be heard by its audience everywhere.

Psaki served as press secretary during the first 16 months of President Biden’s administration before landing the job at MSNBC last May. She has since become a familiar face on the network, often appearing as a guest commentator during big news coverage and on other programs like “Morning Joe.”

The show’s segments will include one called “Weekend Routine,” which will follow a lawmaker or newsmaker as Psaki watches them go about their daily activities. Another segment will focus on one-on-one interviews with newsmakers, where Psaki will discuss complex political issues like the war in Ukraine and debt ceiling talks.

The announcement of Psaki’s new show has generated mixed reactions, particularly among Republican voters. Many have expressed their disappointment that a former member of the Biden administration will have a platform on a liberal-leaning network like MSNBC. However, others argue that it is important to hear all voices in the political sphere, regardless of whether or not one agrees with them.

Psaki’s predecessor as White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, has since joined Fox News Channel as a host of the midday weekday show, “Outnumbered.” This highlights the polarized political landscape in which networks seem to cater to either liberal or conservative audiences.

In conclusion, Jen Psaki’s new show on MSNBC is set to debut next month, and it promises to provide viewers with a fresh perspective on complex political issues. While it has generated mixed reactions, it is important to keep an open mind and hear all voices in the political sphere, regardless of political leanings or affiliations.