Trump ‘Seriously Considering’ Richard Grenell For U.S. Ambassador To U.N., POLITICO Reports

POLITICO: Trump considering Richard Grenell for U.N. ambassador
“President Donald Trump is now seriously considering Richard Grenell, the controversial U.S. ambassador to Germany, to replace Nikki Haley at the United Nations, according to three people familiar with the matter. Trump initially seemed to rule out choosing Grenell for the job, telling reporters he’d prefer to keep him in Germany. … But in recent days, several of Trump’s closest advisers have put forward Grenell’s name again, pointing to his seven-year stint as the United States’ U.N. spokesman…” (Restuccia, 10/18).

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