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LINK Ivanka Trump is reportedly under consideration to lead The World Bank

Ahhhhhhhhhh!!!! NO, NO, never ever ever!

HippieChick58 9 Jan 11

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She has no knowledge of banking so she would be a perfect pick for trumper..


That is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.


We'll see how long that consideration lasts.


lol lol lol


NFW. She's probably under FBI investigation too.


Considered by who? Someone needs a talking to.

Her daddy has a big vote in that matter.

@HippieChick58 Well then I guess we need a smackdown then.


No way, no how! They have to be kidding.


Very fucking scary. Most asinine idea out there.


Whom ever is in the position to approve this, if they were to do so, would in quick order cause an international monetary collapse along with a world wide Depression. This would not happen instantly, but would be the result within two to three years. If you do this, you are getting on the Titanic and charging full speed head in to that ice field. Good fucking luck everyone!


Its enough to make an atheist WANT to pray!


That won't happen..


What in the actual FUCK??!!?


This is humor? (Can't read the article without turning off my ad blocker, so can't read the article).

Sadly it is not satire.

President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, who works as a White House adviser, is one of the names being considered as a replacement for The World Bank's outgoing president, Jim Yong Kim, the Financial Times reported Friday.

The DC-based World Bank, founded after World War II to finance economic-development projects in emerging economies, has traditionally been led by an American. Kim's sudden departure from the bank came as a surprise to employees and leaves the bank's future uncertain.

The Trump administration, which has been wary of and even hostile toward Western-led international institutions like the World Bank, will now be tasked with submitting a recommendation to the bank's board.

Other possible American nominees to lead the bank include undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs David Malpass, US Agency for International Development director Mark Green, and former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, the Financial Times said.

Unlike some of the other proposed candidates, Ivanka does not have a background in international trade economics, but she has been a businesswoman.

Before joining the White House, she worked as a vice president for acquisitions at the Trump Organization. She also directed her own fashion line, the Ivanka Trump brand, which was shuttered last summer.

President Trump also floated Ivanka as replacement for Haley's position, but ended up nominating State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert after concerns of nepotism were raised.

"So nice, everyone wants Ivanka Trump to be the new United Nations Ambassador. She would be incredible, but I can already hear the chants of Nepotism! We have great people that want the job," Trump tweeted at the time.

A spokeswoman for the Treasury Department told the Financial Times that the department been sent "a significant number of recommendations for good candidates" and was "beginning the internal review process" to choose a candidate to put forth to The World Bank's board.


oh, no that would be like giving the thief the keys to the bank

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