Officials At USAID’s Bureau For Conflict Prevention And Stabilization Craft Memo Detailing Frustration With Trump Appointee

POLITICO: USAID dissent memo details frustrations with Trump appointee
“Officials at a division of the U.S. Agency for International Development that tries to prevent conflict are so fed up with their new boss that they’ve crafted a lengthy memo chronicling their frustrations in the hopes Trump administration officials will intervene. … The officials’ 13-page memo targets Pete Marocco, a political appointee who has left a bitter trail at other government departments where he’s served. Marocco now leads USAID’s Bureau for Conflict Prevention and Stabilization…” (Lippman/Toosi, 9/22).

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