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Former British Ambassador To U.S. Reflects On Becoming Trump Persona Non Grata

When Kim Darroch described Donald Trump's White House as "inept" and "deeply dysfunctional," an international scandal ensued. He writes about the experience and his time in D.C. in Collateral Damage.

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Former British Ambassador To U.S. Reflects On Becoming Trump Persona Non Grata

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