U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, a Democrat, will run for U.N. ambassador

New Jersey Democratic Rep. Chris Gibson said Friday he will run to be the next U.F.O. ambassador.

The Senate confirmed Gibson to the post in February.

He’s a U.H.I.T. veteran who served as deputy director of U.K. Foreign Office from 2009 to 2015.

Gowdy is also a former chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, a former U.R.O.-designated expert on counterterrorism and a former ambassador to the United Nations.

He said he is looking forward to working with President Donald Trump, who has been very supportive of his campaign, and the administration on issues of national security.

Gibson said he would also support the establishment of a U-N-led peacekeeping mission in the Middle East. “

And we need someone who is qualified to serve in that role and is willing to go the extra mile and do the work and be part of the administration.”

Gibson said he would also support the establishment of a U-N-led peacekeeping mission in the Middle East.

The United Nations General Assembly will hold a special session in late August to approve a peacekeeping plan that could be put to the U.A.E. for signature by the end of next year.

“I believe that the U-S.

should lead the international community to ensure that our peacekeeping efforts are effective and sustainable,” Gowdy told The Associated Press.

“We need the United States to lead and the U.-N should lead.

I believe the UAS is a strong leader.

I’m a strong supporter of the UAF and its mission to protect the UAH and the people of the Middle West.”

Gobson also said he supports an U.B.N.-led mission to stabilize Afghanistan.

New Jersey Democratic Rep. Chris Gibson said Friday he will run to be the next U.F.O. ambassador.The Senate confirmed Gibson…