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When Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s dismissal was announced, he delivered brief farewell remarks at the Department. In the media much was made of the fact that Mr. Tillerson neither thanked President Trump nor praised him. In fact, the Secretary did not utter his boss’s name.... Read More
For decades, the Food for Peace program has been a pillar of America’s worldwide efforts to prevent hunger and starvation and bring stability to the developing world. Supported by the productivity and hard work of America’s farmers--and the generosity of the American people--Food for Peace has helped more than four billion people in 150 countries.... Read More