Karine Jean-Pierre to replace Jen Psaki as White House press secretary – What We Know!

Karine Jean-Pierre to replace Jen Psaki as White House press secretary

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President Biden on Thursday introduced that Karine Jean-Pierre will exchange Jen Psaki as White Home press secretary starting later this month. 

The president introduced Jean-Pierre, who has been serving as principal deputy press secretary, may even function an assistant to the president.

Psaki is ready to depart the White Home on Might 13.

“I’m proud to announce that Karine Jean-Pierre will function the subsequent White Home Press Secretary,” the president stated Thursday. “Karine not solely brings the expertise, expertise and integrity wanted for this troublesome job, however she’s going to proceed to cleared the path in speaking in regards to the work of the Biden-Harris Administration on behalf of the American folks.” 

Biden added: “Jill and I’ve recognized and revered Karine a very long time and she or he might be a robust voice talking for me and this Administration.”

White Home deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre smiles as she arrives for a press briefing on the White Home in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. (AP Picture/Andrew Harnik)
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The president went on to reward Psaki for having “set the usual for returning decency, respect and decorum to the White Home Briefing Room.” 

“I need to say thanks to Jen for elevating the bar, speaking immediately and in truth to the American folks, and preserving her humorousness whereas doing so,” the president stated. “I thank Jen her service to the nation, and want her the perfect as she strikes ahead.”

The White Home additionally introduced Thursday the return of Anita Dunn as a senior advisor and assistant to the president. Dunn rejoins the White Home workers from her communications and political consulting agency SKDK, and can help in advancing the President’s coverage and communications goals.

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