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Unwitting Ambassadors: Talking Politics Overseas

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Unwitting Ambassadors: Talking Politics Overseas

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Unwitting Ambassadors: Talking Politics Overseas

Unwitting Ambassadors: Talking Politics Overseas

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In the midst of a hotly contested election, Americans traveling abroad can find themselves answering questions about U.S. politics and foreign policy. Mercedes Alfaro, founder of First Impression Management, talks about what American travelers should do if they get grilled about U.S. politics.

Tell us your story: Have you ever been asked to speak on behalf of the United States during your travels?