Biden Nominates Cindy McCain To UN Post

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President Joe Biden on Wednesday nominated Cindy McCain, widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain, to be U.S. representative to the United Nations agencies for food and agriculture, the White House said.

Biden also nominated Jack Markell, the former Democratic governor of his home state of Delaware, to be the U.S. representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the White House statement said.

The pair were among 17 nominations sent to the Senate for confirmation.

McCain endorsed Biden in November’s election in which the Democrat defeated Republican President Donald Trump, who had repeatedly criticized McCain’s husband. John McCain died in 2018.

If confirmed to the post, she would represent the United States with the rank of ambassador at the Rome-based U.N. World Food Programme, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization and the U.N. International Fund for Agricultural Development.

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