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'Royal flush of Ron Klain retweets': White House chief of staff retweets Joy Reid responding to Jennifer Rubin praising the airlift

A lot of people think it’s White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain who’s calling the shots in the Biden administration; it has to be somebody. After all, somebody’s always instructing President Biden which reporter to call on, and he always says he’s going to get in trouble with someone if he takes unscripted questions.


We know that Klain spends a lot of time on Twitter, because he does a lot of retweeting. Matt Whitlock caught him in the “royal flush” of retweets, retweeting MSNBC’s Joy Reid marveling at the “astounding human achievement” that was the bug-out from Afghanistan, in a reply to Jennifer Rubin being reminded of the end of “Schindler’s List.”


But wait, there’s more: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about a scoop in the Washington Post that the Taliban offered control of Kabul to the U.S. military, but the military deferred and said the airport was fine. Psaki said she hadn’t heard about it.


Klain also retweeted Talking Points Memo’s Josh Marshall responding to the Washington Post article:

If his job is keeping the White House in order under Biden, he’s got a big job.


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