U.N. Ambassador John Bolton Resigns
A little more than a year after President Bush appointed him America's Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton says that he will step down when his tenure expires in a few weeks. The White House made the announcement today.
Bolton was a temporary appointment made by the President in August 2005, but his nomination has languished in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, unable to win confirmation.
Caroline Daniel, White House Correspondent, the Financial Times
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