Tomicah Tillemann

New America

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Tomicah Tillemann is director of the Bretton Woods II program at New America. He served under Hillary Clinton and John Kerry as the secretary of state's senior advisor for civil society and emerging democracies.

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Late last year, Donald Trump tweeted that, the United Nations had become, "Just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time."

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