The Trump administration is reportedly set to name US Navy Adm. Harry Harris as ambassador to South Korea.
Harris was already nominated to be ambassador to Australia.
Mike Pompeo, currently the nominee for secretary of state, is reportedly behind the move.
The Trump administration is planning to fill the long-vacant US ambassador position in South Korea with US Navy Adm. Harry Harris, who was originally set to take over as ambassador to Australia, according to multiple reports.
A senior White House official told Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin that the administration wanted to renominate Harris, the outgoing Pacific Command chief, for the South Korea job.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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