White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre will be the new White House Press Secretary. She will take over on May 13. Karine is the first black and LGBTQ member to hold the position. President Biden has praised him fiercely.
US President Joe Biden has announced the name of the new White House press secretary. He has announced the name of Karine Jean Pierre as the press secretary . Karine will replace current press secretary Jen Psaki. “President Biden has announced that Carine Jean-Pierre has been promoted to Assistant to the President and White House Press Secretary,” a White House release said.
President Biden has also praised Karine fiercely. Not only does Karine have the experience, talent, and integrity needed for this difficult task, she said, but she will continue to lead the way in communicating the work of the Biden-Harris administration on behalf of the American people. Biden added that Jill and I have known and respected Karine for a long time. She will be a strong voice for me and this administration.
Karine is currently the Principal Deputy Press Secretary
Please tell that Karine is currently the Principal Deputy Press Secretary and Deputy Assistant to the President. Carine has long been an adviser to President Biden. He has also served in the Biden administration, the Biden campaign, and the Obama administration.
VIDEO: Outgoing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki congratulates her successor and “partner in truth” Karine Jean-Pierre, who will be the first Black woman and openly #LGBTQ+ person in the high-profile post pic.twitter.com/NyDneRh5DV
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First black and LGBTQ member to hold office
Karine is the first black and LGBTQ member to hold the position. The president is proud to announce that Karine will serve as the next White House press secretary, the press release said. Let us tell you that Karine will take over command on May 13.