Source: AP / The Washington Post
President Obama will nominate Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) as secretary of state this afternoon, according to a White House official.
Kerry will succeed Hillary Clinton, who has long planned to step down shortly after Obama’s inauguration. He was widely considered to be Obama’s top choice after U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice removed herself from consideration last week.
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