White House Press Briefing
Suck-Up: NYT Reporter, Psaki Mock GOP ‘Going Crazy’ Over Kamala
With Tuesday serving as the final White House press briefing for at least week due to President Biden’s trip to Europe, liberal reporters had one more chance to perform for the cameras and/or suck up to Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Unfortunately, PBS’s Yamiche Alcindor, The New York Times’s Katie Rogers, and The Grio’s April Ryan seemed to be more Stelter than, say, Fox’s Peter Doocy.…
The Clown Car Is Back! Feinberg, Karem, Ryan Return to WH Briefing
The White House Briefing Room returned to full capacity for Monday’s Psaki Show and with that, Trump era carnival barkers such as Breakfast Media’s Andrew Feinberg, Playboy’s Brian Karem and The Grio’s April Ryan made sure to have seats. Along with fellow far-left reporter Yamiche Alcindor of PBS, they bashed former President Trump and trumpeted the disastrous For the People Act.
Psaki to Doocy: Biden WH Won’t ‘Stand by’ and Allow ‘Attacks’ on Fauci
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki continued on Friday afternoon to show an aversion to discussing the thousands of published e-mails from Dr. Tony Fauci, repeatedly declining to elaborate on them during Friday’s press briefing. Speaking to Fox’s Peter Doocy, Psaki insisted that, while Fauci can speak for himself, the Biden administration “wouldn’t stand by” while “attacks” are “launched”…
FNC's Heinrich Ends Briefing Blackout, Asks Psaki About Fauci E-Mails
A day after not one reporter called on during Wednesday’s White House press briefing brought up newly-released e-mails from Dr. Tony Fauci, three reporters stepped up on Thursday’s episode to ask Press Secretary Jen Psaki about the damning e-mails from the early days of the coronavirus pandemic and, on a related note, investigating the origins of the virus in Wuhan.
Stooges: WH Reporters Refuse to Ask Psaki About Bombshell Fauci Emails
Continuing to show their undying fealty to the altar of Dr. Tony Fauci, the White House press corps refused to ask Press Secretary Jen Psaki a single question during Wednesday’s briefing about the bombshell trove of emails from the NIH official from the early moments of the pandemic. It was on the mind of at least one reporter in the room as our friend Amber Athey of The Spectator had…
Liberal Media Go GAGA for Former MSNBC Analyst Leading WH Briefing
The Psaki Show took a break on Wednesday from the White House Briefing Room and instead gave way to a guest episode led by her top lieutenant in Principal White House Deputy Press Secretary and former MSNBC contributor Karine Jean-Pierre. Naturally, this led more than a few liberal journalists and pundits to wax poetic about her becoming the second Black woman to lead a briefing and the first…
Answer the Question! Psaki Spars with Doocy, WashPost Over Wuhan
With little in the way of an answer on Monday about whether the Biden administration is taking the possibility of a lab leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology seriously, Fox News’s Peter Doocy was back on the case during Tuesday’s White House briefing asking Press Secretary Jen Psaki about Wuhan. Just as he did on Monday, he received help with Tuesday coming in the form of Team Biden suck-up…
Doocy, Journos Grill Psaki: Why Won’t Biden Investigate Wuhan Lab?!
While Monday saw a change in the White House Briefing Room with an increase in capacity from about a dozen reporters to two dozen reporters, other aspects remained the same with Fox News’s Peter Doocy setting the tone in battling Press Secretary Jen Psaki over a bombshell Wall Street Journal story about a possible origin of the coronavirus.
Was It The Wheaties? Doocy, Journos Fire Away on China, Israel, Spying
Friday’s White House press briefing was quite a doozy as numerous reporters offered either challenging, interesting, or yes, lefty questions to Press Secretary Jen Psaki on boycotting next year’s Beijing Winter Olympics, Egypt’s role in the Hamas-Israeli ceasefire, and government spying on reporters.
Doocy Battles Psaki Over Team Biden Going Soft on Russian Pipeline
Thursday featured the first White House press briefing in nearly a week (due to President Joe Biden’s travel schedule), and so Fox’s Peter Doocy made the most of it by grilling Press Secretary Jen Psaki over the origins of the coronavirus, the Biden administration allowing Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline to go through, and Middle East violence.
Friday Fun: Doocy SCHOOLS the WH Over the Sudden Change on Masks
Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy went into the weekend on a bang, hammering the Biden administration during Friday’s briefing about the sudden change no longer requiring vaccinated people to mask or socially distance indoors and outdoors. Specifically, he wondered what the “big breakthrough” was since President Biden had said in March that such a change was “neanderthal thinking…
Doocy Destroys Psaki on COVID, Gas Lines; NBC Brings Heat on Bailouts
Tuesday brought us a packed White House press briefing amid an East Coast gas shortage, fears of inflation, and ongoing crises on the border and with the coronavirus, so it was only natural that Fox News’s Peter Doocy brought the heat with questions about the Biden administration denying there being a border crisis, energy regulations, and peddling fear about outdoor transmission.
Doocy Presses Psaki on Unemployment Benefits Keeping People From Jobs
With Kristin Fisher having left to join the evil empire, Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy soldiered on during Monday’s briefing and found success in repeatedly questioning Press Secretary Jen Psaki over the fallout from Friday’s jobs report and whether increased unemployment benefits are keeping people from wanting to rejoin the labor force.
Politico Wonders: Is Fox’s Peter Doocy ‘Trolling the White House?’
Politico Magazine’s Friday “cover story” profiled Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy and, topping out at nearly 5,000 words, featured plenty of interesting biographical information about his upbringing (with his father being Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy), his approach to covering the White House, and his views on journalism.