Sylasclothing – Official on saturdays I’m all about the Buckeyes and on sundays I’m crazy for my Bills shirt

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Psaki ended up in politics at the age of 23, after “an early quarter-life crisis” led to a job as a door-knocker with the Iowa Democratic Party. She liked the feeling of being part of something bigger than herself. But, mostly, she liked the people. “The kinds of people you meet on political campaigns are some of the best human beings,” she tells me. “They’re survivors, and they’re spunky, and they have personalities, and they spend months sleeping on couches and living on, whatever, pizza and coffee and bad beer.” Psaki joined the Obama campaign before the 2008 Democratic primaries, after working at the DCCC, where she met her husband, Gregory Mecher, now a Democratic political aide. That had been a high-intensity experience, but a presidential campaign is something else. She was assigned to manage the “press bus”—the giant caravan of reporters trailing the superstar candidate across the country. The assignment was supposed to be one month long, but it turned into six. When she called back to headquarters, she says, “they’d tell me, ‘Just stay on the bus. Keep going.’ ” (She and Mecher had to do the long-distance thing.) Axelrod says that Psaki’s unflappability made her indispensable. “Things happen on the road. You’re faced with a shitload of reporters, and all of them have different stories they’re working on and problems and needs. When she went out on the road, things would go smoothly. She’d handle it. She’d manage what needed to be managed. That’s an incredibly important quality in this business.”

Official on saturdays I'm all about the Buckeyes and on sundays I'm crazy for my Bills shirt

“There will be some tangible border stuff,” the staffer says. “But I think she’s doing a big sit-down interview there.” Psaki picks up the flashing bottle and laughs. “You want one!” she teases, and asks another staffer, “When’s her birthday?” Psaki grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut—but not exactly that Greenwich. “There’s a lot of hippie vibe in my family,” she tells me. She’s the oldest of three daughters: Her youngest sister, a Unitarian Universalist minister, does indeed send out hippie vibrations, as does her mother, a therapist who grew up in blue-collar Queens. Psaki’s father, a retired real estate developer, declared bankruptcy when she was in seventh grade. “We were in this nice neighborhood, and I was the kid who was on the scholarship in middle school,” she recalls. “Was it traumatizing? Not really, but everybody has a story.” For the most part, Psaki was focused on her high school swim team—she had a powerful backstroke—and, later, on her sorority, Chi Omega at the College of William & Mary. She was the president, but then, as now, she didn’t seem to want to be the center of attention. “She’s an under-the-radar leader,” her college roommate, Ally Wagner, tells me. Psaki quit the college swim team after two years but stayed “crazy athletic,” Wagner says. Katie McCormick Lelyveld, who got to know Psaki early in her career, describes her as “a deeply devoted friend,” and despite her work ethic, “she knows how to relax and laugh, and she likes a dance party.” As for the music, “she’s a Top 40 girl,” McCormick Lelyveld says. But not current stuff. “The music that was popular during her 20s and 30s.” She mentions the CD compilations Now That’s What I Call Music.

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But as the weeks went on, another consensus formed: Psaki was good at this—and not just compared with Kayleigh McEnany and Sean Spicer. She had a mixture of warmth, humor, intelligence, and edge. On Twitter, her fans deployed a hashtag for moments when she dispensed with a foolish or spuriously framed question: #PsakiBomb. In one clip, Peter Doocy, of Fox News, attempts to knock her off course. “I just heard you describe the infrastructure negotiations as the ‘art of seeking common ground,’ ” he says. “At some point, does that become the ‘The Art of the Deal’?” Psaki shoots back, “I don’t know. You’re the professional here, Peter. You’re the TV star….What’s the Fox chyron gonna be?” Her former White House colleague David Axelrod has called Psaki the best press secretary in his lifetime. “She’s unflappable,” he tells me. “It’s very easy under the glare of those lights and the intense questioning to buckle or to become ornery. She never does. As Biden would say, she has a steel rod for a spine.”

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