Senate Foreign Relations Committee Supports Mark Green To Be USAID Administrator; Nomination Heads To Full Senate For Vote

Devex: Nominee for USAID administrator Mark Green sails through Senate hearing
“Former Ambassador Mark Green, President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the U.S. Agency for International Development, appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday for his nomination hearing. … Lawmakers questioned Green about his views on U.S. global development policy, often contrasting the nominee’s career working in and with developing countries to the Trump administration’s proposal to slash foreign aid spending. … Having secured the committee’s support, Green’s nomination will now proceed to the full Senate for a vote…” (Igoe, 6/16).

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