He noted that Nauert has worked at the State Department for almost two years, and she has been involved in key meetings and discussions, including working very closely with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
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According to Daniel Benjamin, a state department counterterrorism coordinator during the Barack Obama administration, Nauert's appointment shows that Trump and his top officials are looking to firmly control U.S. foreign policy.
"I think there's a real sense that she can communicate effectively".
Trump's nominee to be the next USA ambassador to the United Nations, Heather Nauert.
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If confirmed, Nauert, a former Fox News anchor who has served as the public face of the State Department since past year, would be one of the most prominent promoters of Trump's "America First" foreign policy. "I'm not sure anyone would advise him that the way to solve all his problems is to put a "Fox & Friends" anchor as our top ambassador to the United Nations".
The 48-year-old native of IL is deemed by State Department colleagues as "hard-working" and "well in over her head at an understaffed agency", reports by USA Today and Wbir suggest.
Haley similarly had little foreign policy experience when appointed, although she had a national name as the governor of SC.
In reality, Haley was always aware of Trump's next move, she told The Atlantic. The first ambassador to the U.N.to serve in a presidential Cabinet was actually Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., under Eisenhower. Further, she will confront a stream of anti-U.S. and anti-Israel rhetoric at the world body - something Haley constantly pushed back against during her tenure.
But the former television anchor has mostly avoided snafus, keeping regular press briefings concise and winning praise for her poise as she fields a dizzying array of foreign policy questions. "It is for the president, but it isn't for me", Hirono said. It was filled temporarily at one point by Trump's current national security adviser John Bolton.