The appointment of the US ambassador to France was confirmed in the Senate

President Joe Biden appointed him in July.

The US Senate on Saturday confirmed the appointment of senior diplomat Denise Campbell Boyer as US ambassador to France. President Joe Biden nominated him in July, but finally over the weekend a majority in Congress confirmed that the position was a diplomat and defender of the place of women in politics.

When announcing his appointment, the White House announced its “Crisis management skills“And his”Reputation as a co-op leaderMs. Campbell Bauer, 57, headed the U.S. embassy in Brussels between 2013 and 2017. She was previously a leading member of the Democratic Party and participated in two of Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns.

Returning to the United States after the victory of Republican Donald Trump, he returned to politics in 2019 by participating in Joe Biden’s presidential campaign. She was particularly supportive of the first political campaign for women. Denise Campbell Boyer, who is fluent in French, will also be the US ambassador to Monaco.

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