Karine Jean-Pierre makes US history

as new White House press secretary

Karine Jean-Pierre has made history after being chosen by President Joe Biden to become his new White House press secretary, becoming the first black and openly gay person to hold the role.

Jean-Pierre will take over next week from outgoing press secretary Jen Psaki.

At a press briefing announcing the change, Jean-Pierre said: 'This is a historic moment and it's not lost on me. I understand how important it is for so many people out there.'

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Karine Jean-Pierre
White House Press Secretary

Theodore Roosevelt
26th U.S. President

Herbert Hoover
31st U.S. President

George E. Akerson
Former White House Press Secretary

Dana Perino
Former White House Press Secretary

Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Former White House Press Secretary

Kayleigh McEnany
Former White House Press Secretary

Jen Psaki
Former White House Press Secretary

Joe Biden
US Politician

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