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Joe Biden Names All-Women White House Communications Team

HeadlineNov 30, 2020

Joe Biden has named the first-ever all-women White House communications team. Jen Psaki, President Obama’s former communications director, will serve as White House press secretary. Karine Jean-Pierre, formerly with the political organizing group MoveOn, will be principal deputy press secretary. Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s campaign communications director, will move on to become the White House communications director. Pili Tobar, who previously worked for the immigration reform group America’s Voice, will serve as deputy White House communications director. On Vice President Kamala Harris’s team, Biden’s former campaign advisers Symone Sanders and Ashley Etienne will become chief spokesperson and Harris’s communications director, respectively.

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