President-elect Joe Biden has selected a racially diverse, all-female communications team to speak for his administration when he takes office in January.
It's the first time the top officials charged with speaking for the administration will be female. That's in keeping with Biden's pledge to have the most diverse administration in history.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we discuss the significance and the history of who speaks for the president.
Annie Linskey, national political reporter, The Washington Post
Jennifer Mercieca, historian of American political rhetoric, associate professor, Texas A&M
Jennifer Loven, former chief White House correspondent, Associated Press, and managing director, Glover Park Group
Tom Jones, senior media writer, Poynter Institute for Media Studies