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May 10, 2022

The upcoming White House press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, is throwing the right-wing media into hysterics. John Iadarola and Yasmin Khan break it down on The Damage Report.
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Who is Karine Jean-Pierre, the soon-to-be White House press secretary who called herself 'everything that Donald Trump hates' - https://www.businessinsider.com/who-is-karine-jean-pierre-incoming-white-house-press-secretary-2022-5
"Karine Jean-Pierre will make history in coming weeks as the first-ever Black and first openly gay person to serve as White House press secretary, but she's been making her mark in Washington, DC, for years.
President Joe Biden announced Thursday that Jean-Pierre, the current deputy White House press secretary, will take over the role after Jen Psaki steps down on May 13 to reportedly take on a job at MSNBC.
Jean-Pierre worked for former President Barack Obama and the Biden-Harris presidential campaign, and taught at Columbia University as a lecturer. Jean-Pierre was also a "top candidate" being considered for the press secretary role last year, but the job ultimately went to Psaki."
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