Jennifer Psaki popularly known as Jen Psaki is an American political advisor. She is a Democrat and served for two years as a White House Communication Director. She contributed to the position of a spokesperson during her tenure under the Obama administration. President-elect Joe Biden announced Psaki as his nominee for the White House Press Secretary in November 2020.
Jen Psaki’s Net Worth and Salary
According to sources and recent updates, Jen Psaki is estimated to have a net worth of $2 million at present. The 42-year-old has been serving many governmental positions be it under Obama’s presidency or Biden’s. She has also worked for CNN and has four years of media experience.
Being under the political umbrella it’s a matter of fact that she enjoys a salary of $183,000 per annum. Her source of earning is her profession, which is a politician, and she has also performed many major roles, in different positions
Now, becoming White House press secretary under Biden administration her net worth and career is only on the scale of growth and there’s no coming down.
What is Jen Psaki’s Age?
Psaki is currently 42 years old, born on 1st December 1978.
Jen Psaki’s Husband and Kids
She lives a satisfying and fulfilling life with her husband Gregory Mecher, whom she met at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in 2006. The couple got married in 2010 and have two lovely children.
Jen’s first press briefing under Biden’s administration was different from Trump’s
Jen Psaki held her first press briefing being the White House Press Secretary. This press briefing was held on Wednesday of President Joe Biden administration. In the briefing, the former political advisor pledged to bring “truth and transparency back to the briefing room” in an indirect critique of the previous government. She confidently said,
“I have deep respect for the role of a free and independent press in our democracy and for the role all of you play,” she added. “There will be moments when we disagree … but we have a common goal, which is sharing accurate information with the American people.”
Furthermore, she added that the newly elected President’s “objective and his commitment is to bring transparency and truth back to government – to share the truth even when it’s hard to hear and that’s something I hope to deliver on in this role as well.”
From her previous experience working for President Barak Obama Psaki started the briefing by reading out highlights from 15 executive orders Biden signed on Wednesday afternoon that included rejoining the Paris climate agreement, mandating mask-wearing on federal property, issuing a moratorium on evictions, and ending the travel ban on majority Muslim nations. “The issue, Biden wakes up every day focused on is getting the pandemic under control“ Psaki said.
Psaki’s attitude was much different than reporters encountered during the first briefing by Donald Trump’s first press secretary Sean Spicer.