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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Jen Psaki says she will ‘miss Peter Ducey’ on Fox News ahead of final White House briefing

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki remembers Fox News’ White House correspondent Peter Ducey after stepping down from the podium on Friday after his last briefing.

“I will,” Psaki replied on Thursday in response to a question about Doosy at an event hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.

Saki said, “I think we have a very good professional relationship and I understand that he is coming every day to ask questions that are important to report and the outlet he works for, and I understand his I respect that, and we have healthy debates and discussions.” ,

Psaki added “that doesn’t mean I agree with her line of questioning most days,” but added that she still answered Doosy’s questions.

When Saki announced her departure last week, Doosi shared the sentiment.

“Sorry to leave you,” said Doosi when Saki called her.

“are you?” Saki replied.

“Yeah, and you’ve always been a good game,” replied Doossie, thanking Saki for her service.

The pair have clashed repeatedly over a recent question by Ducey over the lack of a requirement for masks in the White House briefing room.

“Well, Peter, I’m not a doctor, you’re not a doctor—I know… well, not a doctor,” said Saki. “Nor does he play one on TV – most days.”

This wasn’t the first time an adversarial relationship attracted attention. During an interview with the “Pod Save America” ​​podcast, the press secretary was asked if Doosy was “the stupid son of a bitch,” as President Joe Biden was caught humming over a hot mic in January.

“He works for a network that provides people with questions that — nothing personal to anyone, including Peter Ducey — but can make someone sound like the stupid son of a bitch,” said Psaki. answered.

This prompted a response from Fox News.

A spokesperson said, “His questions are his own, he is a wonderful reporter and we are extremely proud of his work.”

Psaki, following her final press briefing, will be replaced by her deputy, Karine Jean-Pierre, who will make history as the first black woman and the first openly gay man in the role.

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