On Friday, May 13, the new White House Press Secretary after care Jen Psaki will become Karine Jean-Pierre. Twice the first in this position – as a black woman and a lesbian. What is known about it and what should be expected from the next “voice” of America?
“Hu from” Jean-Pierre
Former Democratic Vice Presidential Campaign Leader Kamala Harris during the 2020 presidential campaign, the 44-year-old native of Martinique has been the first deputy since 2021 press secretary White House. This black offspring in December 2008, according to the Haitian Times, was recognized as one of the six “Haitian newsmakers of the year.” The clumsy word “news maker, or newsmaker” implies a public person. In the old circus, he would have been called “the highlight of the program.”
On June 1, 2019, Jean-Pierre hosted the MoveOn forum featuring then-presidential candidate Kamala Harris. Suddenly, an animal rights activist jumped onto the stage and, rushing at Harris, snatched the microphone from her hands. Jean-Pierre became a wall between the Greens and Harris until security pulled the man off the podium.
Karin is fluent in English, French and Haitian Creole. Since 2014, he has lectured on international and public relations at Columbia University. According to the illustrated magazine Fast Company, the cunning teacher announced her belonging to sexual minorities only in 2021.
Regarding your work in administration Barack Obama as a coming out lesbian, she said:
“It’s great that I was not the only one, but one of many lesbians. President Obama did not hire LGBT employees, he hired experienced people who happened to be members of the LGBT community. To serve and work for President Obama, where you can be openly gay, was an amazing honor. Incredible to be part of an administration that prioritizes LGBT issues.”
Karine Jean-Pierre family
Karin resides in Washington, D.C. with a CNN TV reporter Susanna Malvo (Suzanne Malveaux) and her adopted daughter named Soleil (Soleil). Malvo, 55, has interviewed several US presidents as a longtime White House correspondent:
- George W. Bush,
- George W. Bush,
- Barack Obama,
- first lady Laura Bush.
During the London Pride Pride in June 2015, Susie’s eyes fell on a parody ISIS flag, in which the Arabic script was cynically replaced with dildos and butt plugs. Malvo mistook the fake for the real ISIS flag*. As a result, a wonderful gay pride parade turned out to be spoiled by “unnerving” symbols, and the lady conducted a seven-minute live interview with an “expert on terrorism.”
* Recognized by the decision of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation of December 29, 2014 as a terrorist organization, its activities are prohibited on the territory of the Russian Federation.