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Who is Sam Clovis?
Sam Clovis was the nominee for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s chief scientist, despite not having academic credentials in either science or agriculture. He withdrew from consideration Nov. 2, after his name surfaced in the Russia campaign collusion probe.
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