Donald Trump Jabs at Jen Psaki for Joining MSNBC, Jokes on Red Hair

Donald Trump Jabs at Jen Psaki for Joining MSNBC, Jokes on Red Hair

Donald Trump
Jabs by Jen Psaki …
MSNBC – Needed a Redhead!

4/3/2022 10: 37 AM PT

Donald Trump is still very plugged into the daily news, it seems, because he commented on reports that Jen Psaki is leaving her White House job to join a news outlet … but with jokes.

The ex-Prez was holding a rally down in Michigan Saturday, and at one point … he invoked President Biden‘s Press Secretary — who’s rumored to be leaving soon to team up with MSNBC, something she didn’t outright deny at Friday’s briefing with reporters.

WH Press Sec. Jen Psaki dodges a question about her reported move to MSNBC:

“I have nothing, again, to announce about any conversations … At whatever time I leave the White House, I can promise you the first thing I am going to do is sleep.” pic.twitter.com/fZhl4mUM3E

— The Recount (@therecount) April 1, 2022
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Instead, Psaki stated that she would stay put for now (typically non-denial answer) but that if the time came for her… it would be in accordance with the law and completely ethical.

Welp… DT shares some thoughts about her exit. And they aren’t all that nice, as you might guess. You can see that the guy made fun of Psaki and MSNBC.

Fact Check: At the Trump rally in Michigan, Republican House Representative Lisa McClain falsely claimed Osama bin Laden was caught by Trump.

No, Lisa, Osama bin Laden was caught in 2011 under the Obama administration. pic.twitter.com/5LSc9ozfms

— PatriotTakes (@patriottakes) April 2, 2022
@patriottakes

He invoked her hair, claiming that the network needed a redhead… and got some laughs out of his MAGA crowd. Honestly, this might not be the main takeaway from the night.

Congresswoman Lisa McClain was on stage to tout DT’s resume — but she might’ve extended herself … saying Trump took out Bin Laden. Of course, that’s not even close to true (it was done in the Obama administration) but hey … what’s a few years, give or take.

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