Psaki told the reporter that she would "check with our Space Force point of contact" for an update.
"They absolutely have the full support of the Biden administration and we are not revisiting the decision to establish a Space Force", she previously stated.
While Psaki had an answer to the Space Force question on Wednesday, she could not however address Biden's position on NASA's Artemis program to send astronauts to the moon.
Later that night, Psaki tweeted that the Biden administration would continue working with the Space Force, but did not outright confirm that officials would continue to support the new service.
At the same time, should the US Congress or law enforcement need these records, they might try to get limited access to them.
"Thousands of men and women proudly serve in the Space Force", Psaki said.
Psaki had struck a dismissive tone Tuesday when asked about Biden's intentions.
"We look forward to the continuing work of Space Force and invite the members of the team to come visit us in the briefing room anytime to share an update on their important work", Psaki wrote on Twitter late Tuesday.
Co-host Whoopi Goldberg claimed that anyone waving "red flags" about the Biden administration's practice is being absurd.
Psaki said there are estimates of between 600 to 700 children that are still separated from their parents and the task force will assess what the accurate number is and determine the best approach to reunite them with their family members.
"This is such a good question", Psaki replied (via Fox News). "But the President is committed to an approach that keeps our country safe, strong, and prosperous and that also aligns with our values".
Trump signed an executive order in 2018 directing the Department of Defense to create the Space Force, and signed a defense bill in 2019 that established it as a sixth branch of the military to deal with national space security and developing threats. The Pentagon identified China and Russian Federation as its most immediate threats.