The Guest List for the White House State Dinner for President Emmanuel Macron of France

From a New York Times story by Aishvarya Kavi headlined “The Full Guest List for the State Dinner”:

More than 300 guests were invited to the state dinner President Biden hosted for President Emmanuel Macron of France on Thursday night, a list that included government officials, French fashion designers, a few actors, big donors and on-air personalities from MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” Here is the entire list of invitees provided by the White House.

THE PRESIDENT AND DR. BIDEN

HIS EXCELLENCY EMMANUEL MACRON, PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, AND MRS. BRIGITTE MACRON

Roger Altman and Jurate Kazickas

Mark Angelson and Marilyn Angelson

Bernard Arnault and Hélène Marie Mercier Arnault

Delphine Arnault

Lloyd J. Austin III, secretary of defense, and Charlene Austin

Stewart Bainum and Sandra Bainum

Michael Barnicle and Anne Finucane

Jon Batiste and Suleika Jaouad

Xavier Becerra, secretary of health and human services, and Dr. Carolina Reyes

Kate Bedingfield, White House communications director, and David Kieve

Gov. John Bel Edwards of Louisiana and Donna Edwards

Valerie Biden Owens and Jack Owens

Ashley Biden and Elysia Bevan

Hunter Biden and Melissa Cohen Biden

Antony J. Blinken, secretary of state, and Evan Ryan, White House cabinet secretary

Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester, Democrat of Delaware, and Hannah Carter

Emmanuel Bonne, diplomatic adviser to the president of France and France’s sherpa to the G7 and G20

Jean-Louis Bourlanges, member of the French Parliament and head of the Foreign Affairs Committee

David G. Bradley and Katherine Bradley

Rosalind Brewer and John Brewer

Stephen G. Breyer, former Supreme Court justice, and Joanna Breyer

Tristan Bromet, adviser to the French presidency

Mika Brzezinski and Charles Joseph Scarborough

Pete Buttigieg, secretary of transportation, and Chasten Glezman Buttigieg

David Calhoun and Devon Calhoun

Christian Cambon, senator of Val-de-Marne, France, and chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee

Denise Campbell Bauer, U.S. ambassador to France and Monaco, and Steven Bauer

Miguel A. Cardona, secretary of education, and Marissa Cardona

Gov. John Carney of Delaware and Tracey Quillen Carney

Senator Thomas Carper, Democrat of Delaware, and Martha Carper

Representative James E. Clyburn, Democrat of South Carolina and House majority whip, and Virginia Newman

Stephen Colbert and Evelyn McGee-Colbert

Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, and Elizabeth McCandless

Catherine Colonna, minister for Europe and foreign affairs

Thomas Conway and Carol Murphy

Tim Cook and Lisa P. Jackson, the former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency

Senator Chris Coons, Democrat of Delaware, and Ann Coons

Tatiana Copeland and Gerret Copeland

Christian Dargnat

Eric Dean and Judith Dean

Brian Deese, director of the National Economic Council, and Adeline Deese

Mary Quinn Delaney and Wayne Jordan

Laurence des Cars

Karen Donfried, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, and Alan Untereiner

Michael Duggan, mayor of Detroit, and Sonia Hassan

Blair Effron and Cheryl Effron

Philippe Errera, director general for political affairs and security, French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs

H.E. Philippe Etienne, French ambassador to the United States, and Patricia Etienne

Guillaume Faury and Maria Faury

Christy Ferer

Jonathan Finer, principal deputy national security adviser, and Susan Finer

Walid Fouque, adviser for Asia, the Americas and Oceania

Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim

Jennifer Garner and Violet Affleck

Rufus Gifford, chief of protocol for the United States, U.S. State Department

Philippe Franc, French chief of protocol

Avram Glazer and Jill Glazer

Philip Gordon, national security adviser to the vice president, and Rachel Gordon

Jennifer M. Granholm, secretary of energy, and John Mulhern

Capt. Florent Groberg, Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Army

Deb Haaland, secretary of the interior, and Lloyd Sayre

Avril D. Haines, director of national intelligence, and David Davighi

Maya Harris and Tony West

Vice President Kamala Harris and Doug Emhoff

Jamie Harrison, Democratic National Committee chairman, and Marie Boyd

Gabriela Hearst and Stephanie Lasnier de Lavalette

Mary Kay Henry and April Verrett

Lina Hidalgo, judge in Harris County, Texas, and David James

Amos Hochstein, special presidential coordinator, State Department, and Julie Ringel

Representative Steny H. Hoyer, Democrat of Maryland and majority leader, and Elaine Kamarck

Bonny Jacobs and Jennifer Glenn

Kenneth Jarin and Robin Wiessmann

Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary, and Elainne Antoine

Bonnie Jenkins, under secretary of state for arms control and international security affairs, and Arielle Pierson

Dr. Ashish K. Jha, Covid-19 response coordinator, and Debra Stump

Jeffrey Katzenberg and Marilyn Katzenberg

Edward Kelly and Kathryn Kelly

Joe Kiani and Sarah Kiani

John Scott Kirby and Kathleen Marie Kirby

Ron Klain, White House chief of staff, and Monica Medina, assistant secretary of state for oceans and international environmental and scientific affairs

Olivier Knox and Jennifer Lewis

Christopher Korge and Wyn Bradley

Henry Kravis and Marie-Josée Kravis

Arvind Krishna and Sonia Krishna

Gov. Edward Lamont of Connecticut and Annie Lamont

Keisha Lance Bottoms, senior adviser to the president for public engagement, and Derek Bottoms

Matthieu Landon, adviser for industry, research and innovation

Mitch Landrieu, senior adviser and infrastructure implementation coordinator, and Cheryl Landrieu

Thibault Lanxade

Bruno Le Maire, French finance minister

Senator Patrick J. Leahy, Democrat of Vermont, and Marcelle Leahy

Sébastien Lecornu, French defense minister

Antoine Lefèvre, senator and chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of French Parliament

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen

Claude Lelouch

Belkis Leong-Hong and Denise Williams

Christophe Leribault

Ada Limón and Lucas Marquardt

Christian Louboutin

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Charles Hall

Bryan Lourd and Bruce Bozzi

Alejandro N. Mayorkas, homeland security secretary, and Tanya Mayorkas

Terry McAuliffe, former governor of Virginia, and Dorothy McAuliffe, special representative for global partnerships, State Department

Representative Kevin McCarthy, Republican of California and minority leader, and Roberta McCarthy

Representative Michael McCaul, Republican of Texas, and Linda McCaul

Virginia McGregor and Robert McGregor

Brian McKeon, deputy secretary of state for management and resources, and Mary King

Jon Meacham and Margaret Keith Meacham

Representative Gregory W. Meeks, Democrat of New York, and Ebony Meeks-Laidley

Sanjay Mehrotra and Sangeeta Mehrotra

Senator Bob Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, and Nadine Menendez

Frédéric Michel, special adviser for communication and strategy, France

Gen. Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Hollyanne Milley

Emmanuel Moulin, director general of the French Treasury

Brian Moynihan and Susan Berry

Henry R. Muñoz III and Ariana DeBose

Gov. Philip Murphy, Democrat of New Jersey, and Tammy Murphy

Bill Nelson, NASA administrator, and Grace Nelson

Anne Neuberger, deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, and Yehuda Neuberger

Bill Neville and Connie Neville

Jonathan Nez, Navajo Nation president, and Phefelia Nez

Xavier Niel

Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, deputy chief of staff, and Michael Dillon

Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrat of California, and Alexandra Pelosi

Judith Pisar and Leah Pisar

John Podesta, senior adviser for clean energy, and Gabriel Podesta

Patrick Pouyanné

Laurene Powell Jobs and Reed Jobs

Samantha Power, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, and Cass Sunstein

Rebecca Pringle and Nathan Pringle III

Gov. Jay Robert Pritzker, Democrat of Illinois, and Mary Kathryn Pritzker

Michael Pyle, deputy national security adviser, and Chloe Schama

Natacha Rafalski

Gina Raimondo, commerce secretary, and Andrew Moffit

Bruce Reed, deputy chief of staff, and Bonnie LePard

Dana Remus and Brett Holmgren, assistant secretary of state for intelligence and research

H.E. Sylvie Retailleau, French minister of higher education and research

Steven Ricchetti, counselor to the president, and Amy Ricchetti

Susan Rice, director of the domestic policy council, and Ian Cameron

Cedric Richmond, senior adviser for the Democratic National Committee, and Raquel Greenup Richmond

Senator Jim Risch, Republican of Idaho, and Vicki Risch

Charles Rivkin and Susan Tolson

Robin Roberts and Gaila Amber Laign

Julie Rodriguez, director of the Office of Inter-Governmental Affairs, and James Sherrills

Adm. Jean-Philippe Rolland, chief of the special military staff of the French president

Maria Rosario Jackson and Ra Joy

Alice Rufo, director general for foreign relations and strategy, French Ministry of the Armed Forces

Catherine Russell and Thomas Donilon

Kurt Russell and Donna Russell

Rodolphe Saadé

Theodore Sarandos and Nicole Avant

Representative Steve Scalise, Republican of Louisiana and House minority whip

Hillary Schieve, mayor of Reno, Nev., and Devon Reese, vice mayor and at-large City Council member of Reno

Senator Chuck Schumer, Democrat of New York and the majority leader, and Jessica Schumer

Jeff Shell and Laura Shell

Wendy R. Sherman, deputy secretary of state, and Bruce Stokes

Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, homeland security adviser and deputy national security adviser, and Jeffrey Randall

Jon Shirley and Kimberly Richter Shirley

Elizabeth Shuler and David Herbst

Amanda Sloat, senior director for European affairs at the National Security Council, and Benjamin Canavan

Bradford Smith and Kathryn Surace-Smith

Alexander Soros and Sarah Margon

Gene Sperling, White House rescue plan coordinator, and Allison Abner

Lonnie Stephenson and Dawn Stephenson

Jake Sullivan, national security adviser, and Margaret Goodlander

Katherine Tai, U.S. trade representative, and Robert Skidmore

Neera Tanden, staff secretary and senior adviser to the president, and Benjamin Edwards

Louisa Terrell, director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs, and Alan Field

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and Lafayette Greenfield II

Senator John Thune, Republican of South Dakota, and Kimberley Thune

Annie Tomasini, assistant to the president and director of Oval Office operations

Vincent Troiola and Saveria Troiola

Sylvester Turner, mayor of Houston, and Stephanie Nellons-Paige

Victoire Vandeville, adviser for exports and trade policy, France

Filemon Vela, former U.S. representative, and Rosemarie Vela

Tom Vilsack, secretary of agriculture, and Ann Christine Vilsack

Dana Walden and Matt Walden

Martin J. Walsh, secretary of labor, and Lorrie Higgins

Rhonda Weingarten and Sharon Kleinbaum

Christopher Weissberg, member of Parliament, France

Tara Westover and Santiago Arau

Anna Wintour and Baz Luhrmann

Jeffrey Worthe and Kristin Worthe

Lawrence Yanovitch

Janet Yellen, secretary of the Treasury, and George Akerlof

David Zaslav and Pam Zaslav

Florian Zeller

Jeffrey Zients and Mary Zients

Aishvarya Kavi is based in the Washington bureau.

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