United States President-elect, Joe Biden, has announced an unprecedented all-female senior White House communications team.
Current President Donald Trump has still refused to concede defeat, even though he has agreed to work with the Joe Biden transition committee.
This has not put Biden off as he has gone ahead to name key government officials ahead of his inauguration on the 20th of January, 2020.
Biden in a statement on Sunday, named Jen Psaki, 41, as the White House press secretary.
Psaki had held the position of White House communications director under the Barack Obama-Biden administration.
Other appointments include Kate Bedingfield as White House Communications Director. She was Biden’s deputy campaign manager.
Ashley Etienne as communications director for Harris and Symone Sanders as Kamala Harris’s senior advisor and Chief Spokeswoman.
Pili Tobar was also named deputy White House communications director and Karine Jean Pierre will be principal deputy press secretary.
Elizabeth Alexander was named communications director for incoming First Lady Jill Biden.