Obama tapping Michael Froman for U.S. Trade Representative spot today

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WASHINGTON–President Barack Obama will tap Michael Froman to be the new United States Trade Representative on Thursday morning, at a White House event where he will also announce his nomination of Chicago’s Penny Pritzker to be the next Commerce Secretary. From an the Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics.

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