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Jennifer Palmieri on the 2020 US election Julia speaks to Jennifer Palmieri who was Communications Director on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign and has been on the frontline of US politics for the last 20 years. They discuss the upcoming US election and whether or not we can trust what the polls are telling us this time around. Jennifer speaks about the way gender is influencing voters and voting outcomes, and reflects on how different this campaign feels to when Hillary Clinton ran in 2016. Jennifer also talks about why she thinks women need to stop playing a man’s game and change the way the game works. She also speaks about seeing history through a different lens and her friendship with Monica Lewinksy. “Women have to see that our success is linked to the success of other women…I felt like I didn’t need the help of other women, that I was going to make it on my own… What I’ve come to appreciate is that if you want to take it to the next level, you need that sisterhood to support you and you need to be a part of it.” If you enjoyed this episode or any others, please rate and review us on your preferred podcast provider. It really helps us reach more listeners with a message of a more gender-equal world. Any earnings from the podcast go back into funding for the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, furthering the work we do to create a world in which women of all backgrounds have fair and equal access to leadership. See for privacy and opt-out information.
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Recode Decode: Hillary Clinton advisor and "Dear Madam President" author Jennifer Palmieri Jennifer Palmieri, the communications director for Hillary Clinton's 2016 Presidential campaign, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about her new book, "Dear Madam President: An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World." Palmieri reflects on the obstacles — fair and unfair — that Clinton faced while running against now-President Trump and says part of the problem was that she held herself back, discounting the value of telling her own story to the American people. She also shares some advice for the woman who will one day be President of the United States and talks about how much has changed in the media and technology strategies of political campaigns in just two years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Kook D'Etat (with Jennifer Palmieri) Jennifer Palmieri, former White House communications director and host of the podcast “Just Something About Her,” joins Axe and Murphy to discuss Trump’s latest tantrum about election fraud, Biden’s announcement of his communications team and other top administration picks, and how the Republicans must now reap what they sow when it comes to turnout in Georgia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
BONUS: Mika Brzezinski on "Just Something About Her" Podcast with Jennifer Palmieri Hell &amp; High Water brings you a bonus episode from another podcast in the Recount family: "Just Something About Her" with Jennifer Palmieri.Palmieri spent more than two decades as a big-time political and communications strategist, serving as communications director for Barack Obama's White House and Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign. “Just Something About Her" was born out of Jennifer's experience working for Hillary, when she kept hearing people say, "I don't know, there’s just something about her I don’t like...". With her podcast, Palmieri is flipping that script, interviewing women who made it to the top of their fields on their own terms.This week's guest is Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," a best-selling author, and the founder of "Know Your Value," a movement in partnership with NBCUniversal that empowers women to recognize their worth and endeavor to get paid accordingly. Mika recently partnered with Forbes to create its first "50 Over 50" list to highlight women who have achieved success later in life.Palmieri and Brzezinski discuss how Mika "walks the walk" when it comes to supporting women. They discuss common mistakes they have made during pay negotiations, what women can learn from men about how to behave at the bargaining table, and what it might take for women to make a comeback from setbacks during the pandemic. Plus, Mika shares a traumatic experience from when her daughter was a newborn that taught her to slow down and focus on what matters.Subscribe to "Just Something About Her" with Jennifer Palmieri here: Learn more about your ad-choices at
Cases of Color, Just Something About Her With Jennifer Palmieri, Gaslit Nation Liz is gone! But we will persist! Joining the podcast as a special guest-Castologist is local film-maker and podcast enthusiast - Shane Anderson. With no set theme all of our recommendations are a little bit angry-making, so consider yourselves warned!Shane Recommends - Cases of ColorHosted by Randi Johnson, Cases of Color is an Ethical True Crime podcast showcasing missing persons and unsolved crimes involving black people and people of colour. Focusing on a critical look at the systems of authority, criminal justice and police that have been weaponised against these communities and used to silence their stories.For Both: Pick any episode Recommends - Just Something About Her With Jennifer Palmieri“Just Something About Her with Jennifer Palmieri” is hosted by the former communications director for the Obama White House and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Palmieri explores why — after decades of making steady progress — women find themselves banging up against the same glass ceilings. The show features interviews with powerful women from business, politics, the arts and journalism to learn how they found a way to break through and create their own path to success.For both: pick an ep! Recommends - Gaslit Nation Nation is a weekly podcast covering corruption in the Trump administration and rising autocracy around the world. It is hosted by writers Sarah Kendzior and Andrea Chalupa, experts on authoritarian states who warned America about the threat of Trump and his criminal cohort long before they took power. Here they take a deep dive into the news, delivering analysis, history, context, and sharp insight on global affairs.For Both: Start at the latest episode &#10; See for privacy and opt-out information.
Democrats Need a Unifying Candidate in 2020, Jennifer Palmieri Says Jennifer Palmieri has been one of the party’s most influential operatives for the last decade. Most recently, she was communications director and a senior adviser to Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign, and came to that job after serving as White House communications director under President Obama for two years.As Jennifer told me during our conversation, Clinton’s loss to Trump was like “the universe exploded.” As part of the soul-searching process in the wake of that loss, Palmieri has been spending more time in the South since the 2016 election, to visit with and meet people who see the world differently, and to reconnect with old friends who are politically conservative.Palmieri explores her own sense of loss and disorientation after the election. But she also tells the story of how her grief was compounded by the loss of her older sister a few months after the election from early onset Alzheimer’s at age 58.Palmieri connects her own pain to the pain of other Americans whose lived had been upended in recent years, namely Trump voters, and says the 2020 election will be a test of whether Americans can come to live at peace with those who see the world in radically different ways.Outro: “Exception to the Rule” by Phoebe Bridgers & Conor Oberst (Better Oblivion Community Center) Support this show &#10; See for privacy and opt-out information.
Jennifer Palmieri and the Women Who Will Run the World This week we talk with Clinton campaign Head of Communications and author of "Dear Madam President: An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World," Jennifer Palmieri. Jennifer tells us about moving through the stages of grief and anger after the 2016 election into hope for the future, and how women are freeing themselves from the rules and restrictions established by men to effect real and permanent change in our country. We discuss more historic primary wins in Vermont, Minnesota, and Connecticut, ask our listeners to show up for congressional recess town halls, and give the Golden Pantsuit to a Mother of the Movement who has taken an inspiring next step in her career. Listen and subscribe today!
Jennifer Palmieri, Former White House Communications Director: “If you act like you belong in the room, people think you do.” Midterm elections are in T minus 6 days. Politicians are trying to convince you to hire them. And behind every a communications director helping them get the word out. So we brought in two of them to talk to us about how they do their jobs -- and how they made it to the top of the political game. Episode 2: Jennifer Palmieri. Jennifer has a long history in politics, starting when she interned for then-Senator Leon Panetta (D-CA) in college (Panetta was later President Bill Clinton’s chief of staff). Later, Jennifer got into the White House herself. And she became President Barack Obama’s communications director. After that, she was the head of comms for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Now she’s also an author. Her new book is all about stories and advice for the next generation of female leaders. On the couch, she talks to us about crying at work, supporting her female colleagues, and managing up...when your boss is the president. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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