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Psaki: 'If true' is a shameful dodge

Posted by Jen Psaki on Nov 16, 2017 12:12:55 PM

Former White House Communications Director - Jen Psaki

The following blog was originally published on the Hanford Sentinel, and has been republished here
with permission from the author. Click here to view the original article.

On Thursday, allegations surfaced in The Washington Post from not one, but four women, who said they had been pursued as teenagers by the Steve Bannon-backed conservative candidate for US Senate in Alabama, Roy Moore.

One of the girls making the allegations says she was 14 -- and Moore was 32 -- during an encounter in which she says Moore stripped to his white underpants, took off her clothes and touched her through her bra and underpants and led her hand toward his genitals, before she pulled her hand away.

If this sounds familiar, it may be because a similar accusation was made about Kevin Spacey this week by the mother of a then-18-year-old man, who says the actor grabbed his genitals. This followed on another accusation against Spacey from actor Anthony Rapp. (Spacey said he couldn't remember the incident with Rapp but apologized if it happened. The actor is now seeking unspecified treatment, according to his one-time publicist.)

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A Former Obama Staffer Makes A VERY Good Point About The Women’s March

Posted by Jen Psaki on Feb 22, 2017 3:54:58 PM

Jen Psaki shares her thoughts on the Women's March

On Thursday, Januray 19th, I walked out of the White House for the last time, for at least the foreseeable future. The walls in my office have been bare all week and boxes have been stacked with notes from colleagues, books and photos from the ten years I have worked for Barack Obama. As I was driving my car out of the gate, it hit me that for the first time, in a long time, I am not officially a part of something bigger than myself.

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