Jen Psaki said learning Wordle is on her to-do list when she leaves the White House.


  • Jen Psaki told reporters that she had never participated in a Wordle contest in her office.
  • “I’m not even sure I fully know how to play Wordle,” she told reporters.
  • She said learning the popular game will be on her to-do list after she leaves the White House.

Jen Psaki faced many difficult situations while serving as the White House press secretary.

But Wordle is not one of them.

Leaving the podium on Friday, Psaki told reporters that he did not participate in the office’s Wordle contest.

“I’m not entirely sure I even know how to play Wordle,” she said of the five-letter word puzzle that has now become mainstream on Twitter. “I have to learn. This will be on my list.”

Psaki’s commentary came from the Christian Science Monitor’s breakfast discussion about the time she served as press secretary, which ended on Friday.

One Twitter user responded to her comment clip with the following Wordle: warning: “Don’t do it. It’s a trap you can’t escape from.”

“Wait until she knows all the answers are Doocy.” Tweet Another user mentioned Peter Doocy, a Fox News White House reporter who frequently clashes with Psaki in the briefing room.

However, Psaki told reporters that he would miss his interaction with Doocy. Despite the tense exchange, she said. “Very good, professional relationship.”

Psaki is expected to join the NBC News Group family as early as September. Her successor is Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House Chief of Staff from 2021. He often appeared on MSNBC as a political analyst before joining the Biden campaign and administration.



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