Joe Biden’s government is investigating Kenneth Lee Ken Salzar, a former senator and Secretary of the Interior, according to the outlet, to serve as the US ambassador to Mexico. The spindle.
The President of the United States is about to make public the list of ambassadors abroad, amid which, he will consider his former aide to the Senate to represent the United States in Mexico.
With this, Biden assumed that diplomatic and political skills would be needed to resolve the crisis at the border, he says. Axis.
People familiar with the matter informed the outlet that Biden has started calling some potential ambassadors to offer such positions abroad.
Although the White House press secretary, Jane Saki, indicated on Monday that “the president has not decided on the vast majority of his nomination for ambassadors.”
Salzar, who describes himself as the “twelfth-generation son of the Southwest”, was elected as a senator from the state of Colorado in 2004, but Barack, the then President of the United States, was the first secretary of the Interior. Was resigned to become. Obama
When he left the Department of the Interior in 2013, he joined the international law firm Wilmerhell, where he still practices.
During Biden’s campaign, the 66-year-old politician served as co-chairman of the Latin Leadership Committee.
Current american president He is taking a different approach from his predecessor, Donald Trump, both at the border of Mexico and from his relationship with the government of Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obredor.
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