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Will the Coronavirus Leave Joe and Kelly Craft Homeless? Maybe the Fed Can Help

With their company’s value dropping by more than $300 million over the last year, US ambassador to the UN, Kelly Craft and her husband Joseph look to their friends in the federal government.

by Irwin Arieff. Read more on PassBlue.

Kelly Craft, the United States ambassador to the UN and previously US envoy to Canada, with her husband, Joseph Craft III, at a reception in Ottawa, Oct. 15, 2018. The value of Joseph Craft’s holdings in his energy company has dropped by more than $300 million in the last year. US EMBASSY CANADA

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