Ambassadors often come to the job with different skills and qualifications. Some of President Obama's recent nominees come with fat checkbooks. They may not know some key facts about their host countries and some have never even visited. Anderson is Keeping them honest with a look back at the relationship between ambassadorships and patronage.
Senator John McCain grilled some of President Obama's less qualified nominees. He explained to Anderson why they will likely get confirmed.
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