Karine Jean-Pierre’s Rebirth: How a sister’s love saved a White House press secretary from committing suicide


Karine Jean-Pierre has been named the new White House press secretary, making her the first black woman and openly gay person to hold the position. However, the 44-year-old author of Haitian descent, who was given a second chance at life thanks to her sister, Edwine, found it difficult to be so open about her sexuality.

Jean-Pierre is currently dating Suzanne Malveaux, a 55-year-old journalist whom she met at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2012. Together, they have a seven-year-old daughter.

Jen Psaki, who is headed to MSNBC, could be replaced by the first LGBTQ Black woman press secretary, according to Karine Jean-Pierre.

Despite the CNN link, Jen Psaki cries as she welcomes Karine Jean-Pierre as White House press secretary.

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