PATHETIC: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Sings Happy Birthday To A Reporter (VIDEO)

Think back to Trump’s presidency. Every press briefing was hostile.

Reporters in the White House press pool treated every one of Trump’s press secretaries like they were enemies of America.

Now everything is different. Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki and all the reporters are just great friends.

Psaki even recently sang happy birthday to one of the reporters and they all joined in. Isn’t that just special?

The Daily Caller reports:

Psaki Leads In Singing Happy Birthday For Reporter During Press Conference

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White House press secretary Jen Psaki led the Press Corps in singing “Happy Birthday” to a White House reporter in a viral video Thursday.

As Psaki entered the press conference wishing the press members a “Happy Thursday,” a reporter asked if she said “Happy birthday,” which prompted the press secretary to jokingly wish Reuters reporter Steve Holland “Happy 29th birthday.”

“I did hear it was Steve Holland’s 29th birthday, so happy 29th birthday. I’m a terrible singer but I am willing to lead a song here if you are all game,” Psaki said. “Who’s with me? Someone that has a good voice.”

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Psaki and the crowd of journalists then sung “Happy Birthday” to Holland.

Watch the video below:

How sweet. (barf)

The media and the Democrats are all part of the same club.

That’s why they see each other as friends.


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