Trump Nominates the Current UN Envoy as Ambassador to Egypt

Carlos Holmes Trujillo, left, Colombia’s foreign affairs minister, with Jonathan R. Cohen, center, deputy ambassador of the US to the UN, and Karel van Oosterom, Netherlands’ ambassador to the UN, in the Security Council, Oct. 10, 2018. Cohen has been nominated by Trump as ambassador to Egypt, which could leave the US mission to the UN desperately short of ambassadors. RICK BAJORNAS/UN PHOTO

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