USAID Administrator Nominee Mark Green Brings Experience, Bipartisan Support But Faces Challenges With Possible Budget Cuts

The Guardian: George W. Bush’s man in Africa handed tough challenge by Donald Trump
“…Trump has nominated Mark Green, a former congressman and one-time U.S. ambassador to Tanzania who has worked under both the Obama and George W Bush administrations, to lead the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). In what could be one of the toughest jobs in Trump’s government, Green will have to oversee the massive funding cuts the White House is proposing to the agency, the effects of which are expected to reverberate globally…” (Hodal, 5/18).

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