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Nomination of Ivanka Trump as World Bank President



Number of readings: 2933 12-01-2019 02:30 PM

12-01-2019 02:30 PM


The Ivanka Trump candidacy for the presidency of the World Bank has been announced on Saturday. 

"The US Treasury Department has received the names of potential candidates to succeed Jim Young Kim as president of the World Bank, including the daughter of the US president and his adviser Ivanka Trump," the Financial Times reported in a report. 

It was customary for the United States to nominate the President of the World Bank, while the European countries were nominated by the Director of the International Monetary Fund.

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I love this nomination. Its fantaastic. Should she get the position, I bet all thise little baby facist antifa types that protested her clothing line being sold at certain or any stores will be regretting their success. If only she was still selling her popular designs she may not have been available to upset the cabal of the finance blue bloods of the world, global melting pot types, by accepting the position and already being better than the French woman that had the job prior to Kim. I have no idea how good or bad Kim was. In the position.

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17 minutes ago, new york kevin said:

I love this nomination. Its fantaastic. Should she get the position, I bet all thise little baby facist antifa types that protested her clothing line being sold at certain or any stores will be regretting their success. If only she was still selling her popular designs she may not have been available to upset the cabal of the finance blue bloods of the world, global melting pot types, by accepting the position and already being better than the French woman that had the job prior to Kim. I have no idea how good or bad Kim was. In the position.

NYK, I think the French woman you are referring to is Christine LeGarde, the current head of the IMF.  Ivanka is certainly qualified; and I, too, would love her over the World Bank.  But can you imagine the backlash?

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Ivanka Trump
American businesswoman

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Ivana Marie "Ivanka" Trump is an American businesswoman, fashion designer, author and reality television personality. She is the daughter of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, and former model Ivana Trump. Wikipedia
 
Born: October 30, 1981 (age 37 years), Manhattan, New York City, NY
 
Height: 5′ 11″
Spouse: Jared Kushner (m. 2009)

 

University of Pennsylvania: Like nearly all of the Trump family, Ivanka would later earn her bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. While there, she majored in finance through the world-renowned Wharton Business School. She would go on to graduate from her program cum laude.  The University of Pennsylvania is considered part of the Ivy League and was founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740. It’s 1100 acre campus is home to approximately 10,000 students. In its centuries of operation, UPenn has helped produce 14 heads of state, 25 billionaires, and more than 33 US senators.

 

https://www.eduinreview.com/blog/2017/02/ivanka-trumps-educational-background-what-academic-credentials-does-the-real-first-lady-have/

 

Well, OK, Ivanka Trump does appear to hold supportable qualifications for the position and may potentially serve the function of the World Bank quite well as World Bank President.

 

Robert F. Kennedy, brother of former President John F. Kennedy, served as the 64th United States Of America Attorney General during John F. Kennedy's Presidential term so appointment based on noted qualifications for any particular role is precedent over any affiliation to an elected or appointed person during the term of the office.

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38 minutes ago, Shedagal said:

NYK, I think the French woman you are referring to is Christine LeGarde, the current head of the IMF.  Ivanka is certainly qualified; and I, too, would love her over the World Bank.  But can you imagine the backlash? 

Shedagal, thank you for that fact correction. The backlash, if how the 40% of the people of the US and news media in the US have treated her father our President is an example ... well there ya go.  If similar false articles etc occur on Ivanka Trump watch at The World Bank (should she get the position) , I suspect it will be on a whole new level. They won't necessarily attack her over petty things, they will basically do the fake dossier thing but with a far better fasade of legitmacy. Plus no way for it to be traced back to them. Then again it could be a realization to the world that the new Sheriff is installing his people in key positions, with all the power and priviledges of rank. Since they are billionares on their own, but with new money, they may be allowed in the party and deals will be made, and all will be fine as they adapt to the new way things will be going. JMHO.

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Imagine waking up and seeing this little brick being placed into my collection  of events possibly leading up to 

the RV. :o:backflip:

:pirateship::bagofmoney:

Oil tanking to lows 

Pulling out of Syria 

Iran pulling military advisers/Ambassador from Iraq

Trump secret visit to Iraq and meeting with the PM/ secret list given to Trump

Iranian puppets in Parliament go berserk 

SUDDENLY the resignation of the WB President 

Trump shuns Davos event 

Trump claims that 2019 will be a year of " Amazing Form of Wealth "

Trump seemingly has no fear of the shutdown or the Dems

And now Trump nominates HIS DAUGHTER to lead the World Bank :bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo::bravo:

 

Folks a Portrait is being painted

 

 

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White House denies his candidacy Ivanka Trump to head the World Bank

08:41 - 15/01/2019

 
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Mawazine News 
The White House denied the news that it was the candidacy of Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US President Donald Trump, as president of the World Bank. 
White House sources said the daughter of US President Ivanka Trump would advise only on the selection of candidates for the presidency of the World Bank. 
The White House is considering the candidacy of Ivanka Trump for the presidency of the World Bank, a successor to Jim Young-Kim, the current president, who leaves office in February, the Financial Times reported earlier, citing unspecified sources. 
Trump's appointment to his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kouchner as his advisers after he came to power sparked a wave of sharp criticism.

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Date of release: 2019/1/15 13:22  105 times read
New responsibility for Ivanka Trump
{{International} Euphrates News} A White House official said Ivanka Trump would assist in the selection of Trump as an American candidate for the post of World Bank president.
On Monday, the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the issue was not publicized, dismissed a Financial Times report that Ivanka was named as a potential candidate and repeated by several other media outlets over the weekend. 
Treasury Secretary Stephen Menuchin and White House chief of staff Michael Mulfini asked Ivanka Trump to help run a candidate selection process because she worked closely with the World Bank leadership for two years, the official said. Reports that she is a false candidate. " 
The spokeswoman for the Treasury Department was not available for comment. 
Ivanka Trump and the World Bank and its chairman, Jim Young Kim, will leave for two years to launch a $ 1.6 billion fund for business leaders, in collaboration with 13 other donors, to raise funds for business leaders in developing countries.
The United States has a dominant voting interest in the World Bank and has traditionally chosen the head of the institution since the bank started operations in 1946. 
Kim announced last week that he would leave office as of February 1, before his term expires more than three years in 2022 amid disagreements with policies US President Donald Trump's administration on climate change and the need for more resources for development. Kim will join Global Investor Partners' direct investment fund. 
The bank announced that its Executive Board will begin accepting nominations from February 7. 
He said that the candidates must adhere to the implementation of the Bank's development goals for the year 2030 and others
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