K.T. McFarland, U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Nominee, Testifies Before Senate
K.T. McFarland, nominee to be U.S. Ambassador to Singapore, testified before the Senate July 20, 2017.
McFarland began by thanking her endorsers, namely Dr. Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the Nixon and Ford administrations; General H.R. McMaster, current National Security Advisor; and President Trump.
McFarland’s diplomatic strategy was outlined by three points of focus: first, the strong economic relationship between Singapore and the U.S.; second, the strong security alliance between the two countries; and third, similarities between both countries in government, demographics, and economies.
To read McFarland’s full testimony, click here: https://goo.gl/QiHsT7