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Biden Adds Jen Psaki To Potential Administration To Serve As White House Press Secretary

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Former Vice President Joe Biden continues to put together his administration, despite the fact the election results have not yet been certified, adding Jen Psaki to be his White House Press Secretary.

Prior to accepting Biden’s offer — which, again, is contingent upon him actually being certified as the winner of the election — Psaki worked for former President Barack Obama as his communications director and is currently serving as the lead press liaison for Biden’s transition team.

via Washington Examiner:

“Honored to work again for @JoeBiden, a man I worked on behalf of during the Obama-Biden Admin as he helped lead economic recovery, rebuilt our relationships with partners (turns out good practice) and injected empathy and humanity into nearly every meeting I sat in,” she tweeted.

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Joining Psaki in Biden’s all-women communications leadership is Kate Bedingfield, who was his deputy campaign manager and communications director. She’ll serve as White House communications director.

“I’m unspeakably proud to have the opportunity to serve as White House Communications Director for @joebiden. Working for him as VP and on this campaign gave me insight into what kind of capable, compassionate, clear-eyed president he will be and it will be a profound honor to be one small part of his work,” she wrote.

It certainly seems that Biden is extremely confident in the projected call of his election victory by the mainstream media. Especially since he’s putting together a team which seems to consist of a lot of folks he worked with under the Obama administration.

We’ll just have to wait and see if these picks are legit or if Biden’s preparations for an incoming administration were all in vain.

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