Biden chooses Burns for Chinese ambassador; Emanuel for Japan | National policy

In 2018, he announced he would not run for a third term as mayor as the city braces for the high-profile trial of a white policeman who shot and killed a black teenager, Laquan McDonald, on a city street. .

The 2014 shooting death of McDonald’s, who was shot 16 times, was one of many high-profile police shootings of black men and women across the country that sparked national outrage and wider debate about maintaining order in black communities.

Emanuel, threatened with re-election in 2015, objected to the release of a police video of the shooting as the investigation continued.

After months of litigation – and after Emanuel was re-elected for a second term – a court ordered the city to show the footage to the public. Emanuel’s relationship with Chicago’s black community grew strained after the video was released.

Emanuel in a statement touted his decades of working with Biden and the importance of the US-Japan relationship.

“The alliance between the United States and Japan is the cornerstone of peace and prosperity in a free and open Indo-Pacific, and I would proudly represent our nation with one of our most critical global allies in one of the most critical geopolitical regions, ”says Emmanuel.

Burns previously served as Under Secretary of State under President George W. Bush and US envoy to Greece and NATO. He was also a spokesperson for the State Department and spent five years on the White House National Security Council, a term that straddled the Bill Clinton and George HW Bush administrations.

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