President Donald Trump plans to nominate a top aide to lead the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), seeking to make him the first American secretary general of the global policy and advisory group.

Trump's choice, Christopher Liddell, is an assistant and deputy chief of staff for policy coordination. Liddell, who was born in New Zealand, is a dual citizen. The White House announced the planned nomination in a statement late Wednesday night.

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