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Donald Trump picks John Sullivan as US ambassador to Russia

WorldNews Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Donald Trump picks John Sullivan as US ambassador to RussiaUS President Donald Trump said on Friday he will nominate US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan to be the US ambassador to Russia. If confirmed by the Senate, Sullivan would be the top US diplomat in Russia at a...
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