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Biden to Nominate Democrat Megadonors to Ambassador Posts

Joe Biden will nominate top donors from his campaign to ambassador posts in the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Denmark.

The White House made the announcement on Wednesday about the nominations. Two of the three posts will be helmed by donors who held posts in the Clinton and Obama administrations.

Longtime Democrat donor Elizabeth Bagley will serve as the Ambassador to Brazil. She recently served as the Ambassador to Portugal in the Clinton administration.

Megadonor Alan Leventhal, who is the CEO of Beacon Capital Partners, will be the Ambassador to Denmark.

Jane Hartley, who served in France for Obama, will be the Ambassador to Great Britain.

Senate confirmation of the nominees will come next. A group of Biden nominees was recently confirmed after a deal was struck in the senate to end a blockade over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

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