Trump considered Ivanka for head of World Bank

Daniel Fowler
April 14, 2019

They are battling over US allegations that China deploys predatory tactics - including cybertheft and forcing foreign firms to hand over trade secrets - in a sharp-elbowed effort to challenge American technological dominance. He said both sides had conducted phone discussions over the past week, but he wasn't certain whether more face-to-face meetings would be needed.

The United States, the bank's largest shareholder, has always chosen a leader, ever since the institution was founded after the Second World War. But he said World Bank officials must ensure such support is aimed at boosting effective private investments in poor countries.

President Donald Trump told the Atlantic in an interview released Friday that he considered nominating his daughter, White House adviser Ivanka Trump, to be president of the World Bank.

"I even thought of Ivanka for the World Bank", Trump added, "She would've been great at that because she's very good with numbers".

She has been involved in World Bank initiatives on the economic development of women. "I have seen you under considerable pressure". To your come, neither his older sons Donald Jr. and Eric, his youngest son, Barron over.

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The current president and Marla had a very public and scandalous affair while still married to Ivana, so it makes sense she still holds a grudge.

Despite Maples being the reason her mother and father divorced, Ivanka Trump appears to have a close and supportive relationship to Maples's daughter Tiffany Trump-at least that's what the president's two daughters project on their Instagram accounts, where the two Trump women have posted photos with each other with loving captions.

G-20 officials agreed with a downgraded International Monetary Fund forecast released this week.

The IMF cut its forecast for global growth from 3.6% last year to 3.3% in 2019, the slowest since the recession year 2009, but it predicts growth will return to 3.6% in 2020.

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