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Former President Donald Trump (L), White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki (R).Scott Olson/Getty Images, Andrew Harnik/AP

  • Trump called White House press secretary Jen Psaki “the woman with the really beautiful red hair.”

  • The former president has responded to reports that Psaki is set to leave the White House and join MSNBC.

  • Trump has a long tradition of commenting on female appearances.

Former President Donald Trump called White House press secretary Jen Psaki “the woman with the really beautiful red hair” during his rally in Michigan on Saturday.

While complimenting his hair, Trump criticized PSAki for once joking about the National Space Force, a branch of the US military forces created by Trump.

“The woman with the very beautiful red hair, she laughed. And she was hit so hard by the military because they knew I was right. The military understood that I was right.”

The former president also addressed a report from Axios that PSAki plans to leave the White House this spring and is in talks to join MSNBC.

“You know she goes to MSDNC,” Trump said, using his derogatory nickname for the cable news network.

“They need a redhead. They don’t have a redhead there, so they need a redhead.”

Psaki joining MSNBC wouldn’t be unusual, as most White House press secretaries over the past two decades have transitioned to cable news work after leaving the White House, according to Axios.

Asked about the resignation rumors at a press conference on Friday, PSAki said she had “nothing to confirm” about her future plans.

Trump has a long history of commenting on women’s appearances, often publicly assessing the attractiveness of celebrities and female politicians.

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