In this April 17, 2013, file photo, state Sen. Mark Green, R-Clarksville, sits at his desk in the Senate chamber in Nashville, Tenn. President Donald Trump nominated Green to be Army secretary after his first choice withdrew his name from consideration. The West Point graduate is a physician and the CEO of an emergency department staffing company.
In this April 17, 2013, file photo, state Sen. Mark Green, R-Clarksville, sits at his desk in the Senate chamber in Nashville, Tenn. President Donald Trump nominated Green to be Army secretary after his first choice withdrew his name from consideration. The West Point graduate is a physician and the CEO of an emergency department staffing company. Erik Schelzig AP
In this April 17, 2013, file photo, state Sen. Mark Green, R-Clarksville, sits at his desk in the Senate chamber in Nashville, Tenn. President Donald Trump nominated Green to be Army secretary after his first choice withdrew his name from consideration. The West Point graduate is a physician and the CEO of an emergency department staffing company. Erik Schelzig AP

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