US President Joe Biden on Thursday introduced the new White House spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre, 44. Two First To the White House, because this is the first time a black man has suited the role. This is the first time someone from the LQBTQ + community has held this position.
From May 13, Karen Jean-Pierre will replace current press secretary Jen Zaki. He is currently the Deputy Press Secretary. Psaki called her successor a “remarkable woman” on Twitter with a “moral center”. “I can’t wait to see him shine because he brings his own style and charm to the stage,” she said.
Psaki formally unveiled his successor at a daily news conference on Thursday. “It’s a historic moment that did not escape my attention,” Jean-Pierre said. “I understand that it’s very important for me to be here for so many people from different communities. I’m really proud.” This is the first time in American history that the face of government has been a black woman who is openly homosexual.
President Joe Biden also praised Jean-Pierre. “Kareen has not only brought the experience, talent and honesty needed for this hard work.
Jean-Pierre was born in Martinique, a French Caribbean island, but grew up in Queens, New York. He is a former political analyst for the American news channel MSNBC. Prior to joining the Press Council, he served as CEO for Vice President Kamala Harris during his presidential campaign. He was also involved in the 2008 and 2012 campaigns of former President Barack Obama. Prior to that, he was an advisor and spokesman for MoveOn, a large progressive public policy group.
The current press secretary Psaki is going to work at MSNBC, perhaps a TV presenter there. In his speech, Biden praised Pasaki for his work as press secretary. “Jen Saki has set the standard for returning dignity, respect and honor to the White House press room.”