President Biden nominated Cindy McCain, wife of the late Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, to be the U.S. representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture Wednesday.
If confirmed for the ambassadorship, McCain will head to Rome to take on global food insecurity while serving as envoy to the UN.
McCain crossed party lines to endorse Biden in a video message of support during the general election last year, where she spoke of her husband’s “unlikely friendship” with the long-time Democrat.
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