Well, that was quick.
“Consistent with her commitment at the outset to serve in the Administration’s first 100 days, Ambassador Roberta Jacobson will retire from her role as Coordinator at the end of this month,” said National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan in a written statement on Friday.
Sullivan thanked Jacobson for “having shaped our relationship with Mexico as an equal partner, having launched our renewed efforts with the Northern Triangle nations of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and having underscored this Administration’s commitment to reenergizing the U.S. immigration system.”
“President Biden has asked Vice President Kamala Harris to lead the Administration’s work on our efforts with Mexico and the Northern Triangle,” Sullivan continued… stressing that the post was, “a testament to the importance this administration places on improving conditions in the region.”
“The Vice President is overseeing a whole-of-government approach,” he said, “supported by … Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas and Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra, who were tasked by the President at the beginning of the administration to rebuild our immigration system.”
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