Bipartisan Group of Supporters Defend Trump’s Nominee for Key U.N. Refugee Post

A bipartisan group of leading human-rights activists, including a Pulitzer-prize-winning New York Times columnist, has jumped to the defense of President Trump’s choice to lead the United Nation’s International Organization for Migration, or IOM, which uses its $1 billion annual budget to promote worldwide cooperation on refugee and trafficking issues.

How Trump Can Cut Aid to a Horrible U.N. Program

President Donald Trump talks to the press

These have been good weeks for supporters of the U.S.-Israel alliance and peace in the Middle East. The president made history with his Jerusalem announcement, and his critics—the U.S. foreign policy establishment, Europe, the media—were embarrassed after their dire and hysterical predictions of violence failed to come true.