Now-former Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has been promoted to White House Press Secretary and will take over in a few weeks when Jen Psaki leaves, Biden announced. Jean-Pierre now becomes the first-ever White House press secretary who is Black.
Jean-Pierre became the second Black woman to lead a White House press briefing on Wednesday, following Judy Smith in 1991.
Symone Sanders and Karine Jean-Pierre were part of a historic all-female communications team that will serve Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' administration.
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