Posted: 2:50 am ET
The WH announced last week the President’s intent to nominate PACOM’s Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr. to be the next U.S. Ambassador to Australia. If confirmed, Admirall Harris would succeed political appointee Morrell John Berry (1959–) who was Ambassador to Canberra from 2013–2016. The last career diplomat appointed to Australia was Edward William Gnehm Jr. (1944–) who served from 2000–2001.
Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr., commander of the United States Pacific Command, is expected to become ambassador to Australia. He's a vocal critic of China’s military expansion in the region. https://t.co/yXvGJ4mgHZ pic.twitter.com/UktWlMRrbX
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) February 12, 2018
.@WhiteHouse: President Trump has announced his intent to nominate Harry B. Harris Jr. as the next U.S. Ambassador to Australia. #USwithAus
View the full White House nomination here: https://t.co/lP3HxyJg3B pic.twitter.com/v9071QNA7d
— US Embassy Canberra (@USAembassyinOZ) February 10, 2018
The White House Statement on the President's intent to nominate Harry B. Harris Jr. as the next U.S. Ambassador to Australia. #USwithAUS pic.twitter.com/UrEFIz56Kz
— US Consulate Sydney (@USConGenSydney) February 9, 2018
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