Trump Administration Breaks Protocol By Nominating American To Lead Inter-American Development Bank

Washington Post: Trump administration nominates American to head Inter-American Development Bank, breaking with tradition
“The Trump administration said Tuesday it will nominate Mauricio Claver-Carone, the current head of Western Hemisphere affairs at the National Security Council, as president of the Inter-American Development Bank, breaking an unwritten agreement since the bank’s inception in 1959 that it would be led by a Latin American…” (DeYoung, 6/16).

Additional coverage of Claver-Carone’s nomination is available from Bloomberg, Financial Times, The Hill, and New York Times.

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