U.S. President Joe Biden has announced Karine Jean-Pierre as his next press secretary as it was revealed that Jen Psaki is leaving the administration.

Jen hasn’t revealed her plans for the future, but reports suggested that she might be considering a role on a big television network.

The POTUS and current press secretary have lauded Karine for her achievements and contributions. Wondering who she is? Here’s everything we know about her!

WHO IS KARINE JEAN-PIERRE? Karine Jean-Pierre is a political campaign organizer, activist and author. She has served as the White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary since 2021.

She is set to make not one, but dual history next week by becoming the first Black and openly gay person to serve as the White House press secretary.

She was Kamala Harris’s chief of staff during the vice-president’s presidential campaign in 2020 and was also a part of Barack Obama’s run for office in 2008 and 2012.

Karine is currently in a relationship with television news journalist Suzanne Malveaux. She is expected to replace Jen on May 13 this year.

JEN PSAKI AND JOE BIDEN PRAISE THE NEXT PRESS SECRETARY Jen and Joe have nothing but nice things to say about Karine as they trust her with her role.

THE FUTURE OF THE CURRENT PRESS SECRETARY As noted earlier, Jen hasn’t revealed why she’s exiting her role as the press secretary of the White House, but sources have claimed that she may have other plans.

A source close to the matter told Axios that “Jen Psaki is in exclusive talks with MSNBC to join the network after she leaves the White House”.

Over the years, thanks to her successful career, Jen has amassed a net worth of $2.5 million. If reports about her TV gig are true, she is expected to draw an impressive salary that would add further to her fortune.

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