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Trump Says Ivanka Qualified For High-Level Positions Because She's 'Very Good With Numbers'

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Trump Says Ivanka Qualified For High-Level Positions Because She's 'Very Good With Numbers'

Trump Says Ivanka Qualified For High-Level Positions Because She's 'Very Good With Numbers'

President Donald Trump recently told The Atlantic he considered his daughter Ivanka for high-level positions at the United Nations and the World Bank because she's "very good with numbers." In January, the Financial Times reported that Trump was also considering Ivanka to replace outgoing World Bank president Jim Yong Kim, rumors that the White House denied.

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