Published: Fri, April 19, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Ivanka Trump Talks Women's Rights In Ivory Coast

Ivanka Trump Talks Women's Rights In Ivory Coast

Trump said her father raised the job with her as "a question" and she told him she was "happy with the work" she's doing.

Ms Trump was eventually involved in selecting the new World Bank president, U.S. economist David Malpass.

Ivanka Trump, who serves as advisor to her father on economic empowerment, began her trip to the region with a visit to the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa Sunday, where she announced a multi-million dollar US government initiative to support women entrepreneurs. She recently announced a two million dollar investment for women in the Ivory Coast's cocoa industry. This latest revelation about her being offered the World Bank job makes clear she can basically do any job she wants to do in the White House - because, at least in part, she is the President's daughter.

Trump visited Muya on Sunday after she arrived in Addis Ababa for a summit on African women's economic inclusion and empowerment.

Some have also speculated that Ivanka might run for office one day, but she said she doesn't see that happening. She also said she had no plans to leave her White House role any time soon.

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She also said she stood by a previous statement that the president had no involvement in granting security clearances to her or her husband, Jared Kushner, saying, "I have no evidence to the contrary".

White House adviser Ivanka Trump is continuing to push for women's rights.

Her kids, she stressed, are proud of the current family business.

Asked if her father had approached her about other top jobs, Ivanka Trump said she'd "keep that between" them.

Donald Trump told The Atlantic last week that he considered his daughter, Ivanka, for the top position at the World Bank.

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