The United Nations has chosen Cindy McCain to serve as its next leader for the World Food Program in Rome, marking the sixth time in a row that an American has been picked for the job over the past three decades.
The accolades for McCain, who has served as the U.S. ambassador to WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization and other U.N. agencies in Rome since Nov. 2021, poured in Thursday for her humanitarian work.
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