The White House on Thursday welcomed transgender Jeopardy! champion Amy Schneider to the briefing room as part of their recognition of Transgender Day of Visibility.
Amy Schneider stepped up to the briefing room podium after visiting the White House with Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff.
I know I haven’t been posting a lot on here, but I’ve been traveling all over the country these past few weeks. This morning, for instance we’re getting ready to visit, well…
THE WHITE HOUSE!!!!!
It’s hard to believe this is really happening pic.twitter.com/YurSKx4sdP
— Amy Schneider (@Jeopardamy) March 31, 2022
Schneider did not meet with President Joe Biden, the White House confirmed.
Schneider, a man who is living as a woman, took the crown for the highest earning female Jeopardy! contestant in December before losing his 40-game streak in January 2022.
Standing in the briefing room, Schneider specifically condemned recent legislation passed in Republican state legislatures to protect female sports in schools and prevent teachers from pushing transgender agenda in the classroom.
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