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White House’s Karine Jean-Pierre poses for Vogue photos in gushing profile: ‘Disarm with a smile’

Vogue Magazine published a glowing profile of White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Thursday that included her posing in designer dresses and highlighting her early life and career, her press strategies and how she deals with criticism. 

Photographed in several spots including outside the White House and in her office in Gabriela Hearst and Victor Glemaud dresses, Jean-Pierre was hailed as a history-making truth-teller.

“That quality of directness—blunt, with a touch of compassion—is Jean-Pierre’s currency at the briefing podium,” Vogue wrote.

The magazine published a similarly friendly 2021 profile on President Biden’s first press secretary, Jen Psaki. Psaki’s presence in the briefing room evoked a “collective swoon” following the press’ testy relationship with the Trump administration, Vogue’s Lizzie Widdicombe wrote at the time. Perhaps not surprisingly, the left-leaning magazine did not do profiles of Trump press secretaries Kayleigh McEnany or Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Fox News’ Cortney O’Brien contributed to this report.

Hanna Panreck is an associate editor at Fox News.

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