Chris Wallace of Fox News seen at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C., before a gala honoring advocates of the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program on Feb. 23, 2010. The 17-month voluntary intervention program provides training and education for high school dropouts, graduating 92,850 since 1993. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jim Greenhill) (Released). Via Wikimedia Commons.

Via TTN:

Times truly have changed for CNN. As the cable network continues to report dismal ratings it seems the new CNN+ streaming service is set to follow in its footsteps.

The recently released streaming service has reported lackluster numbers so far, quickly becoming a laughing stock to competitors. However, it seems the platform is upping the stakes by announcing White House Press Sec. Jen Psaki will be interviewed by former Fox anchor Chris Wallace.

The Hill reports:

In a tweet just hours before she was set to appear on Wallace’s program, the streaming service said Psaki will offer “her time behind the briefing room podium and the current state of politics,” during the interview.

Psaki is one of the premier guests Wallace has booked since launching his new show on CNN streaming after leaving Fox News late last year.

A former analyst at CNN herself, Psaki has reportedly inked a deal with rival network MSNBC to host a show once she departs her post at The White House, according to multiple reports.

Will this provide the boost CNN+ surely needs? Unlikely.

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Helga
27 days ago

That’s about right! He only knows how to interview leftist trash! This man is a disgrace to his late father!

Marlenemarty
27 days ago

Leaving FOX for CNN was a big mistake. They were losing an audience faster than a speeding bullet, a nod to the old superman series, and it’s about to collapse into a black hole.

Brady
27 days ago
Reply to  Marlenemarty

Not for FOX, this guy lived off his father’s abilities for years, now he is on his own and won’t last long.

Brady
27 days ago

Add these two together and it still comes out “0”. I was glad Wallace finnally got the boot(I hope) But did he go by choice or invatation?

typicalwhiteguy
typicalwhiteguy
27 days ago
Reply to  Brady

More like a negative number.

Gary Von Neida
27 days ago

Dead Man Walking—what a fraud.

Rick
Rick
27 days ago

Psacki will fit in fine over at liberal liar Looney Tune news. She lies so much that she wont even need any training to do the job. That is why they wanted her. It could take a long time to train someone to lie as good as her. She is a professional paid liar that only a liberal would believe, but since liberals do (unfortunately) exist, she has job security.

Brady
25 days ago
Reply to  Rick

Got any idea who will replace her. Any Dem who can read should qualify. I do give her credit for lasting so long, most would have gotten tired of making a fool every time they grab a mic. The lady sure needs attention.

Jawad
Jawad
26 days ago

The crypto-Hebrew Wallachinsky (or whoever) cannot be trusted…just like his comrade John Ketchup! Think I’m wrong? Research their backgrounds! Be proud of who and what you are. Otherwise, hang it up and disappear!

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
26 days ago

The future of CNN+ already has been announced. It’s moved to Discovery. I wonder what Fredo Wallace will say to Jen.

Brady
25 days ago
Reply to  Gene Ralno

More than likely they will say, they finally found us out. Now I still think there are a couple left that FOX should boot.

Brady
25 days ago

Now there is a pair to draw too. Man, if there ever was a warning sign of a network going bad, they team these two to save it. Glad to see it go, now on to Facebook. Just a good start.

Brady
18 days ago

Now, all is needed J. Williams, and of course, G. Rivera, who isn’t really sure where he stands. And now I think he said the other day, that he’s not a conservative.