USAID Administrator Mark Green Discusses U.S. Foreign Aid Under Trump Administration In L.A. Times Interview

Los Angeles Times: Q&A: What will U.S. foreign aid look like in the age of Trump?
“As the Trump administration slashes the State Department’s payroll and turns U.S. foreign policy inward, worries have spread through the U.S. Agency for International Development, which directs most of the government’s development assistance worldwide. … USAID Administrator Mark Green acknowledges that in the current political climate the agency must be ‘as effective and efficient as we possibly can.’ Green, a Republican former congressman from Wisconsin who has also served as U.S. ambassador to Tanzania, spoke to the Times following the recent Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad, India, where he was part of the U.S. government delegation led by Trumps’s daughter Ivanka…” (Bengali, 12/8).

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