Nominate my daughter Ivanka as President of the World Bank? Trump is so fat that he wants to rule the family.

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Nominate my daughter Ivanka as President of the World Bank? Trump is so fat that he wants to rule the family.

2019-01-13 09:03:51 76 ℃
The most troublesome and unspoken President Trump of the United States has recently been scolded by people all over the world. He provoked trouble everywhere and made the global economy smoky. Recently, one thing has angered the United States: Ivanka Trump, the eldest daughter of President Trump and White House adviser, is one of the possible candidates to succeed the President of the World Bank, according to the Financial Times. Trump, of course, is the driving force behind it. The U.S. Treasury confirmed to the Financial Times that Ivanka's name appeared on a list submitted to the U.S. Treasury Department, and the candidate on this list is highly likely to be appointed as the next World Bank President. The World Bank plans to elect its next president before its spring meeting in April to replace Kim Yong, who will leave office on February 1. Trump has been paving the way for his daughter, but this behavior has been regarded as a disgrace by countless Americans: false public economy, private use of public power to safeguard family interests, naked family rule. Back to the big tree to enjoy the cool, besides having a father who is president of the United States? In 2017, Ivanka worked with the World Bank to develop a women's entrepreneurship program with the goal of providing small business owners with more than $1 billion in financing. The plan was supported by then World Bank President Kim Yong. Last year, when the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Haley, announced her resignation, Trump intentionally nominated Ivanka to replace Haley. "Great, everyone wants Ivanka to be the new Permanent Ambassador to the United Nations." Fearing the opposition of politicians, Trump eventually gave up the nomination and did not expect to make a comeback this time.