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Ivanka Trump Is Reportedly Under Consideration to Lead the World Bank

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Ivanka Trump Is Reportedly Under Consideration to Lead the World Bank

Ivanka Trump Is Reportedly Under Consideration to Lead the World Bank

According to Business Insider, Ivanka Trump is one of the names being considered to replace outgoing World Bank President Jim Yong Kim.

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

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