President Obama on Thursday signaled the priority he will place on
diplomacy and his concern for the world’s most conflict-ridden areas
by naming two high-powered envoys during a rare presidential visit to the State Department on his second day in office.

The president tasked former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell
to advance the Arab-Israeli peace process and former U.N.
Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke to deal with Afghanistan and Pakistan. Both are well-known and successful negotiators from the Clinton administration who had been mentioned as candidates for secretary of state.

Both are members of The Council on Foreign Relations as is Obama,,
Clnton and about 90% of his appointments.
Different President…. Same old CFR hacks


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