President-elect Joe Biden relies on a team of experienced women for communication in the White House. “Communicating directly and truthfully with the people of America is one of the most important tasks of a president,” said Biden on Sunday evening (local time). The prominent role of the government spokeswoman goes to Jen Psaki.
Psaki had been White House communications director and State Department spokeswoman under former Democratic President Barack Obama. Since the election, Psaki had led several briefings with journalists for Biden. She appeared clear and professional. Your deputy in the White House is to be Karine Jean-Pierre, who last worked for the elected Vice President Kamala Harris, as Biden explained.
“I’m proud to announce today the first high-level communications team in the White House to feature women only,” said Biden. The “qualified and experienced” candidates bring different approaches and a common will to bring the country forward, said Biden. Harris stated, “These communications professionals represent our promise to create a White House that reflects the best of our country.”