No Movement On Trump Administration’s Expected Pick For USAID Head Amid Questions About Agency’s Future

POLITICO: Trump’s USAID pick stuck in the mud
“Former GOP Rep. Mark Green is the Trump administration’s expected pick to lead the United States Agency for International Development, but has struggled to close a deal with the Trump administration, according to four sources with knowledge of the talks. For weeks, Green has been the sole candidate to lead USAID… In addition to trying to secure a title bump for himself, Green has been unable to get solid assurances that the agency won’t be gutted or devoured by the State Department during Trump’s tenure…” (Kulgren et al., 5/1).

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