POLITICO – After more than three years of talking about it, the Trump administration finally trundled over to the Voice of America—and its sister institutions that also operate under the U.S. Agency for Global Media umbrella: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Middle East Broadcasting Networks, the Office of Cuba Broadcasting—and took possession of the properties.

The chiefs of each organization were fired and replaced by Trump’s newly confirmed chief executive and VOA’s two top journalists, Amanda Bennett and Sandra Sugawara, quit in protest.

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