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And so there has been a lot of diplomatic movement. ↗
First of all, I think the situation today is different. We're in a different place than we were in '93, '94. ↗
However after Reiss denied Gerry Adams a visa to the United States to spur the endorsement of policing and justice in Northern Ireland by Adams and his political party Sinn Féin Adams criticized Reiss on March 16 2006 saying "I don't have high regards for Mitchell Reiss's input into this process" and "If it is he who is advising the president it's very very bad advice. Mitchell is married to Elisabeth Reiss
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Mitchell B. Reiss (born 1957) is a senior American diplomat who became the 27th president of Washington College in Chestertown Maryland on July 1 2010.
He has degrees from Williams College The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University Columbia University Law School and Oxford. Reiss (born 1957) is a senior American diplomat who became the 27th president of Washington College in Chestertown Maryland on July 1 2010. He also served as the United States Special Envoy for Northern Ireland with the diplomatic rank of Ambassador until stepping down in 2007.