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Inside with Jen Psaki

Inside with Jen Psaki


Jen Psaki draws on her 20 years with a seat at the table – from the campaign bus to the Oval Office – to tackle the most pressing issues of the week, interview the biggest names in politics, and pull back the curtain on the lives of the people shaping every aspect of American life.

37 - A Sketchy Pardon
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  • 37 - A Sketchy Pardon

    Jen Psaki breaks down the extension of the ceasefire in Gaza as more hostages are released by Hamas, discussing the latest with Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel, and MSNBC anchor Ayman Mohyeldin. She is also joined by Alana Zeitchik, whose three cousins were released after being held captive in Gaza. She's later speaks with Michael Schmidt of the New York Times about Donald Trump's 11th hour grant of clemency to Jonathan Braun, an accused loan shark whose history of predatory lending raises serious questions about the use of pardon power in a possible second Trump term. Finally, Principal Deputy Campaign Manager for the Biden-Harris Campaign, Quentin Fulks, joins to talk about the contrast that President Biden is expected to draw with his likely 2024 opponent.

    Tue, 28 Nov 2023 - 41min
  • 36 - ISRAEL-HAMAS WAR: More Hostages Released

    Jen Psaki reacts to major breaking news out of Gaza, as more hostages are released by Hamas -- including a four-year-old American, Abigail Mor Edan. Jen breaks down President Biden’s remarks on the temporary truce with Deputy National Security Advisor Jon Finer before being joined by former Obama administration officials John Brennan and Ben Rhodes. Congressman Eric Swalwell also speaks to Jen about the developments as well as US aid to Israel.

    Sun, 26 Nov 2023 - 48min
  • 35 - The Gag is Up

    Jen breaks down Donald Trump's appeal of the gag order in his election interference case, discussing the competing arguments made before a DC appellate court. She's joined by former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg and election lawyer Ben Ginsberg, who discuss the balance between free speech and the need to protect a legal proceeding. Jen is also joined by former White House Aide Cassidy Hutchinson to talk about the power of Trump's words, given his role inciting the violence of January 6th. Jen also speaks to Kentucky's Democratic Governor Andy Beshear about the impact of the abortion issue in his reelection in a deep-red state, and concludes with a tribute to the late former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.

    Tue, 21 Nov 2023 - 41min
  • 34 - A History of Violence

    Jen Psaki breaks down the trickle down effect of Donald Trump’s embrace of threats and violent language now playing in Congress during a week that saw multiple GOP lawmakers on the verge of physical violence. Rep. Dan Goldman joins to discuss the latest headlines surrounding the GOP and new developments in the Israel-Hamas war. Neal Katyal and Andrew Weissmann also join to break down the federal judge’s ruling that will keep Trump on the ballot in Colorado and other new legal headlines. Plus Jen also chats with Illinois Governor JB Pritzker about the 2024 race and the alarming rhetoric used by Donald Trump that mirrors language used in 1930s Germany.

    Sun, 19 Nov 2023 - 40min
  • 33 - Plan F: Trump leans into fascist language

    With Donald Trump echoing language used by Hitler and laying out alarming plans for a second term, Jen is joined by ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent Jonathan Karl for a discussion about his new book “Tired of Winning.” She discusses President Biden’s political strategy in this moment with Jon Favreau and Tommy Vietor of Pod Save America, and then talks with Congressman Adam Schiff about leaked confidential interviews with two Trump co-defendants in Georgia.

    Thu, 16 Nov 2023 - 42min
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