Caroline Kennedy has been sworn in as the next United States ambassador to Australia | 7NEWS

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Caroline Kennedy has been sworn in as the next United States ambassador to Australia in a ceremony in Canberra.

The author and lawyer succeeds Arthur Culvahouse, who left the position in early 2021, when former Republican president Donald Trump left office.

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