AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta When you’ve been covering Congress, the White House, and the national political scene as long as I have, you encounter hypocrisy so often that after a while it hardly comes as a surprise.
But then former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki sat down at the Christian Science Monitor’s weekly breakfast and delivered what is surely a new low in hypocritical whining.
“The thing that has been hardest, personally, is I have had threats, I have had nasty letters, texts to me with my personal address, the names of my children. It crosses lines, you know, and that’s when it becomes a little scary. And that has been the most personally difficult aspect of this job,” Psaki told the breakfast scribes.
She continued, according to The Hill, “I recognize I am in many ways a public figure, people can like me, dislike me, that’s OK,” noting she considers […]
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