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Post’s Bass to U.N. as Rice advisor/speechwriter

The Washington Post‘s Al Kamen reports that Warren Bass, the deputy editor of the Post‘s Outlook section and previously a staffer with the 9/11 Commission, has been tapped to be Susan Rice‘s speechwriter and advisor at the United Nations. UPDATE: The Senate voted unanimously to confirm Rice as ambassador to the U.N. Thursday night.

The Washington Post‘s Al Kamen reports that Warren Bass, the deputy editor of the Post‘s Outlook section and previously a staffer with the 9/11 Commission, has been tapped to be Susan Rice‘s speechwriter and advisor at the United Nations.

UPDATE: The Senate voted unanimously to confirm Rice as ambassador to the U.N. Thursday night.

The Washington Post‘s Al Kamen reports that Warren Bass, the deputy editor of the Post‘s Outlook section and previously a staffer with the 9/11 Commission, has been tapped to be Susan Rice‘s speechwriter and advisor at the United Nations.

UPDATE: The Senate voted unanimously to confirm Rice as ambassador to the U.N. Thursday night.

Laura Rozen writes The Cable daily at ForeignPolicy.com.

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