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28 July 2021
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The Wall Street Journal: Biden to nominate Comcast executive David Cohen as U.S. ambassador to Canada

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21/07/2021 - 23:16

President Biden plans to nominate David L. Cohen, an executive with Comcast Corp. , to serve as U.S. ambassador to Canada, and Victoria Reggie Kennedy, an attorney and the widow of the late Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy, to serve as the top U.S. diplomat to Austria.


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