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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki weighs on a Senate impeachment trial for former President Trump and where President Biden stands on the issue. Aired on 01/21/2021.
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56 Comments on "Psaki: Biden Will Leave Holding Trump Accountable To The Senate | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. This woman is incredibly brilliant. Kay Baby peed her pants!

    • @Beyond Stylz Why so mad? Is it because you’re irrelevant now?

    • @Mj night 53? Then why are you acting like a 12 years old?🤣 … btw call us sheeps but we didn’t follow an Orange diper wearing clown advice in comiting insurrection, so you maga snowflakes are the real sheeps here … keep crying we love your tears so so much, they are delicious 😋

    • @Howard Moon jesus you are to dumb to realize I’m ANTI-tRump huh … Return to 1st grade … Huge fail

    • @Beyond Stylz learn the difference between *to and *too before committing on someone else’s intelligence. Irony is one of my favorite things though, so thanks for the chuckle. If you don’t want to be confused for a t**** supporter, then maybe you shouldn’t act like one.

    • @Samudra Manthan no they left

  2. Another benefit of the Biden administration: we probably won’t be seeing a game of musical chairs in the WH staff.

  3. Joseph Grzechowski | January 21, 2021 at 12:11 PM | Reply

    Finally, a Press Secretary that speaks facts not Donnie’s fiction….

    • but she forgot to answer the question, the question was, does Biden think Trump committed an impeachable offense?

    • @Don B
      She didn’t forget. She had no intention of answering it. It is for the President to answer if he wishes. But the President is also allowed to keep personal opinions to himself. Besides, Biden has already said how he feels about Trump’s actions. Impeachment is a purely Congressional matter.

    • Joseph Grzechowski | January 21, 2021 at 1:19 PM | Reply

      @Don B How can the Press Secretary answer a question about what Someone else is thinking?? That would be a fictitious answer.

    • @Noir Path That’s your complaint? Should she be juggling at the same time?

    • @Joseph Grzechowski, she said she talked to Biden about it, she should have said the President will not give an opinion on an ongoing impeachment.

  4. Orangutanus fascistische must pay for all the hurt he has caused!

  5. I’m not accustomed to hearing a press secretary speak the truth.

  6. David Martinez | January 21, 2021 at 12:19 PM | Reply

    Poor Jen, she hasn’t gotten much sleep. Suppose that happens when you actually work.

    • I have a feeling when the dust settles, and there’s a regular schedule for Jen and the rest of the people in Biden’s Administration, they’ll all get regular sleep. But then, they are gonna be busy doing their jobs.

  7. That’s the way it should be. It’s called “delegating”.

    • surely you joke, mein failüre | January 21, 2021 at 12:24 PM | Reply

      Correct. And that’s why I trust president Biden to be a manager of teams of experts. Unlike the orange fool, who claimed to know everything while understanding nothing.

    • Harry Johnstone | January 21, 2021 at 3:34 PM | Reply

      well, not really, you delegate COngressmen your authroity in a representative democracy. The President has no input in Senate matters. It’s called separate and co-equal branches of government

    • surely you joke, mein failüre | January 21, 2021 at 3:43 PM | Reply

      @Harry Johnstone Unless, during impeachment times, the leader of the senate says that he’s in complete lockstep with the white house, thereby abdicating his responsibility to have the senate function as a legislative branch.

    • Harry Johnstone | January 21, 2021 at 4:04 PM | Reply

      @surely you joke, mein failüre Yeah there’s no guarantee we’ll get a conviction, but nobody can stop it from going forward. GOP has 50 seats, dems have 50 seats, and Madam Vice President is the president of the Senate so she’ll get to decide almost everything for at least the next two years. Bwahaha a Woman, of Color is the most powerful person in the first branch, gotta love it!
      I’m more interested in seeing coup clutz clan of drumpf and the organized mercenaries that entered the building with bad intent facing at least life in prison. There is a harsher remedy in criminal civil rights violations, and since one of the laws broken was “conspiracy to deprive rights” all who participated in any part of the criminal enterprise are guilty of ALL PARTS of it and all crimes committed as a result. Prison sentences range from 1-20, but because people died, life and the ultimate punishment are available to US under the law.

    • Harry Johnstone | January 21, 2021 at 4:05 PM | Reply

      It was you and me, and 84,000,000 others whose civil rights were violated when they tried to interfere in the work of Congress that day

  8. Wow. She doesn’t immediately fall into a belligerent knee-jerk attack on the people she’s there to serve.
    This is going to take some adjusting to.

  9. nothing new, he said months ago, that he would not interfere and leave it up to DOJ, as to weather anyone was indicted, so no wonder he wants to keep out of something, that does not involve the president

  10. YES! Let congress do Congress’ Job, Biden will do the Presidents job!

  11. The press needs to stop asking this question, it’s barking up the wrong tree. The Presidency is an office that has ballooned in power over the last half century. Respecting the separation of powers is a great thing. Let the Legislature carry the burden.

  12. Good for Biden. Don’t waste time thinking about Trump unless you’re taking a crap and comparing who is bigger.

  13. ‘The Senate will decide your fate.”

  14. Rommel Asuncion | January 21, 2021 at 12:35 PM | Reply

    The whole republican should be accountable for all Trump mess… not just him

  15. Would you look at that? A press secretary who’s open minded to disagreements, tells the truth, soft spoken, CLEARLY EDUCATED PAST HIGH SCHOOL, and just professional overall. The fact that she tweeted on Twitter for people to ask her questions to her and the president shows how this administration is more open minded than ever.

  16. ShareThisFastDOTcom | January 21, 2021 at 12:54 PM | Reply

    This White House Press Secretary isn’t allowed to lie.

  17. If someone tells his friends to rob someone’s house and he’s not there. They rob said persons home and killed them. That person who told them to rob the would be charged.

  18. It was tRump that interfered in trials etc letting his personal feelings be known as he tried to influence the outcomes. Biden isn’t tRump and his personal feelings need to remain just that, personal.

  19. The question is for the President to answer if he wishes, not the press secretary. But the President is also allowed to keep personal opinions to himself. Besides, Biden has already said how he feels about Trump’s actions. Impeachment is a purely Congressional matter.

  20. Trumps golfing in Florida. I guess he thinks he’s still President.

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