US President Joe Biden has named the first black woman White House spokesman.
Incumbent White House spokeswoman Jane Sackie will step down on May 13 and be replaced by Deputy Spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre.
According to the news agency, US President Joe Biden has appointed 44-year-old Karen Jean Pierre, born in a French immigrant family, as the new spokesperson of the White House. Karen Jean-Pierre, the new White House spokeswoman appointed by the US president, declared homosexuality.
Not only that, but Karen Jean-Pierre will be the first gay spokeswoman for the White House. Karen Jean-Pierre is one of President Biden’s most trusted allies.
He was heavily involved in Biden’s campaign for the 2020 presidential election. Jean has previously held key positions in the White House under Barack Obama.
Karen has been described by both presidents as a skilled and honest partner.
Jane Sackie has not given a reason for her resignation, but there are credible reports that she is joining the US news channel MSNBC and that is why she has decided to resign from her current position. What is it.
Lots to say about how grateful I am to POTUS and FLOTUS and the Biden family for trusting me to serve as PressSec and plenty of time before my last day to share, but today is about KJP46 so a few thoughts on this remarkable woman who will soon be behind the podium every day.
– Jen Psaki (@PressSec) May 5, 2022
Congratulations Karine on making history as our next White House press secretary. I am looking forward to seeing you behind the podium. You are going to do great, KJP46.
– Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) May 6, 2022
.PressSec Jen Psaki on KJP46: “I just want to take the opportunity to celebrate and congratulate my friend, my colleague, my partner in truth Karine Jean-Pierre, the next White House Press Secretary.” pic.twitter.com/c9eqlT3MnT
– CSPAN (spcspan) May 5, 2022