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The Trump administration on Wednesday nominated dozens of political allies for plum administration posts, including former members of Congress, top members of the Republican National Committee and prominent backers of President Trump’s 2016 campaign.

The decision to reward supporters and allies with prominent posts in the executive branch is a practice as old as the republic itself, longtime political observers said.

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Sought-after jobs awarded to supporters are most likely to be ambassadorships to countries that are close allies with the United States.

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