Newly appointed spokesman Jean-Pierre at the White House in the United States said at his first press conference that he was the first spokesman to announce that he was a black woman and gay. Was never here, "he said, thanking those who have tackled issues such as racism and prejudice against sexual minorities and emphasized the significance of his appointment.
White House Press Secretary Jean-Pierre was appointed as the first spokesman to announce that he was a black woman and homosexual, and held his first press conference on the 16th.
"I'm a black, gay, and immigrant woman. I wouldn't be here without predecessors who had overcome barriers for generations," spokesman Jean-Pierre said. He thanked many who have tackled issues such as racism and prejudice against sexual minorities.
"I am forever grateful that I was at the expense of them and learned how wonderful they are. It is important who represents the government," he said as a black woman and sexual minority. He emphasized the significance of being appointed as a spokesman for the White House, which can be said to be the face of the White House.Keywords: