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Jen Psaki’s Book ‘Say More’ Sells Just 22,000 Copies



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In May, former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, who is widely regarded as the most attractive, and one of the most effective White House Press Secretaries in the history of the position, released her very first book.

The book, published by Simon & Schuster, was marketed as Psaki’s advice to readers in regards to communication skills, which she claims to have learned and utilized throughout her career. It is entitled ‘Say More: Lessons from Work, the White House, and the World.’

The former White House Press Secretary’s first literary work received harsh criticism from many different reviewers upon its release, with many being uncomfortable with Psaki’s promiscuous behavior portrayed throughout the book.

Jen Psaki was also criticized by Gold Star families for a false account in the book about President Joe Biden checking his watch during the dignified transfer of the 13 U.S. Servicemembers that died in the botched Afghanistan withdrawal.

The former Biden official agreed to retract portions of the book in reprinted issues following the controversy.

It is now being reported that Psaki’s book, despite being promoted on major news outlets and television shows including The View, The Today Show, Late Night with Steven Colbert, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and being constantly promoted on her primetime MSNBC show that Jen Psaki’s book sold just 22,000 copies.

Psaki Sold Just 22,000 Copies Of Her Book ‘Say More’

Psaki even embarked on a ‘nationwide’ book tour, heading to mostly Democrat-heavy states for small Q&A sessions to promote the book.

Selling just 22,000 copies is a tremendous failure for both former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and her publisher, Simon & Schuster.

This hasn’t stopped Psaki from claiming that the book is a ‘New York Times Bestseller.’ In a post to her X account, Psaki shared an image of a New York Times book ranking under the category of ‘Advice’. Her book was placed second on the list.

That post is captioned,

“Honored, incredibly grateful and just pinching myself to be at the near top of the NYT bestseller list…and happened to be in the drive through line at In-N-Out Burger with one of my fave humans @TheKatieML at the time…thank you thank you to everyone who connected with the book.”

Jen Psaki Twitter

Because of her choice to market the book as an ‘advice’ book, when in actuality it’s a raunchy tell-all biography that lacks substance or decency, Psaki can claim that her book is a ‘bestseller,’ and while that may satisfy her own ego, it most likely will not sit well with Simon & Schuster.

Psaki’s first book may be her last, or at least the last book she will get paid for writing.

Psaki worked for former Secretary of State John Kerry in his 2004 Presidential campaign, as well as at the Kerry State Department under President Barack Obama. Psaki also worked in the Obama White House, as well as serving in the prominent position of White House Press Secretary for President Joe Biden.

Ratings haven’t favored the Democrat redhead since her departure from the White House to cable news, as Jen Psaki’s show, crudely and bizarrely entitled ‘INSIDE with JEN PSAKI,’ routinely scores fewer viewers than her competitors on Fox News and CNN.

Jesse Watters on Fox News nearly doubles Psaki’s ratings on the average night. Depending on the lineup, Psaki finishes both in front and behind CNN on a varying week-to-week basis.

Worse for Psaki, her ratings routinely trail that of her lead-in Joy Reid, meaning that dedicated MSNBC viewers have been tuning out the redhead in search of other news hosts.

Controversial political operative Roger Stone recently made headlines by commenting on Psaki’s ‘odor,’ claiming that the former White House Press Secretary emits a ‘fishy’ smell due to poor feminine hygeine. Stone called it a ‘stink.’

Psaki continues to be a source of controversy, even after departing the Biden White House. It is now being reported that the House of Representatives is considering subpoenaing the former White House Press Secretary over statements made in her book.

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  1. Fred c schwartz

    June 18, 2024 at 4:53 am

    I strongly suspect that 20,000 of those books are pre-bought quid pro quo, sitting on a warehouse shelf somewhere, waiting to be distributed as a worthless bonus gift for donations to the cause

    BOYCOTT COMCAST – they own *nbc and pay this propagandist’s salary. How much do you give comcast each year?

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