“I get to sit down with Joe Biden with Now This News, and I get to ask him a few questions surrounding trans issues in the United States,” Mulvaney said in a TikTok marking the 222nd day of Mulvaney’s gender transition.
Mulvaney, a biological male who identifies as a transgender woman, said the purpose behind the interview was to represent the transgender community and wore the transgender flag colors, white, blue, and pink, to honor the community. The post included behind-the-scenes footage of Mulvaney traveling and arriving at the White House in Washington, D.C., and the immediate reaction afterward with the song “Presidential Honors” playing throughout the background.
The interview is set to air on Sunday. Mulvaney said the exchange with Biden was full of hope and optimism. At the end of the video, the TikTok influencer encouraged the account’s 8.3 million followers to vote in what Mulvaney referred to as the “most important election of our lifetimes” in November. The original video has over 1.7 million views.
Mulvaney made appearances at the Forbes women’s summit in September and on makeup company Ulta’s podcast this month.