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HALF-BAKED: CNN's Brian Stelter asks for Jen Psaki's approval

In an interview with White House press secretary Jen Psaki, CNN host Brian Stelter asked for Psaki's approval of the media coverage on "Biden's agenda."

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In an interview with White House press secretary Jen Psaki, CNN host Brian Stelter asked for Psaki's approval of the media coverage on "Biden's agenda."

"What does the press get wrong when covering Biden’s agenda," asked Stelter on Reliable Sources, adding: "What do you think we get wrong?"

"Look, I think some of our muscles have atrophied a little bit over the last few years, and there isn't a lot of recent memory on how long it takes to get legislation forward, or how messy the process of negotiating and the process of getting legislation across the finish line can be," said Psaki.

"So, we know, we understand everybody's always looking for a deadline, a timeline, things like that, but at the end of the day, our focus is on getting these bills across the finish line, doing it in a bipartisan way if we can, and we certainly recognize that that can be messy along the process," she continued.

Psaki added that after the previous four years under the Trump administration, getting back to a place "where democracy is working…feels foreign."

"So, I don’t know if that's the press getting it wrong, I'll leave you to the critique of that Brian, but I think sometimes we forget how strange the last four years were, and when we return to a place where democracy is working. We're talking with Democrats and Republicans. We're trying to get bills and legislation passed. It feels foreign, but this is actually how it's supposed to work," Psaki said.

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