Karine Jean-Pierre’s Unlikely Rise to the White House Lectern

From a New York Times story by Michael M. Grynbaum headlined “”:

Karine Jean-Pierre began her debut briefing as President Biden’s press secretary by acknowledging the unusual nature of her presence behind the White House lectern. “I am a Black, gay, immigrant woman, the first of all three of those to hold this position,” she said.

Left unsaid were the other ways in which her path to becoming the president’s chief spokeswoman sharply diverged from that of her predecessors.