By Brian M. LeeAssociated PressAssociated PressWashington (AP)President Donald Trump is on track to become the first sitting U.N. chief to be elected to a second term, as the United Nations General Assembly convenes this week for a special session aimed at tackling global threats and confronting climate change.
The president won re-election by a narrow margin in November, and Democrats in the U.NS. voted in a new, expanded Democratic majority, and Trump will get to serve as a voice at the top of the U,N.
But Trump has yet to nominate his cabinet members and has been reluctant to appoint a new U.K. ambassador to the U., as he has done with many of his Cabinet appointments.
His White House has been beset by a series of scandals and he has yet even announced a strategy for dealing with the problem.
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