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Secretary Of State Role A Natural Fit For John Kerry

Dec 22, 2012 (Weekend Edition Saturday) — President Obama is nominating Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry to succeed Hillary Clinton as secretary of state. Already a seasoned diplomat, he has been chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and has frequently jetted off to Afghanistan and Pakistan whenever the Obama administration needed him.

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