So We Got Ivanka Workin’ For Us, Too, Also

Daddy Issues?

Last night, I hastily posted that our nation mourns because the First Shady Ivanka is not in the running to lead the World Bank, which included this paragraph from Bloomberg::

“President Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser will work with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to nominate a successor to outgoing World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, spokeswoman Jessica Ditto said in a statement. The World Bank board traditionally accepts the U.S. nominee for the position.”

…which got me to thinking. Who else has Daddy’s Girl, Princess Purses, Ivanka Trump nominated for positions in the 4th Reich? Just a quick scan reveals (in alpha order by first name):

  • Anthony-of-10-days Scaramucci
  • Hope Hicks, Ivanka’s duck decoy to get Daddy off her back, literally (ALLEGEDLY)
  • Mike ‘Moscow Mole’ Flynn

Of course whoever she and the Living Typo Steve Mnunchin pick will be a crook (this is the Trump Crime Family after all), and of course there will be a finder’s fee: Grifters Gotta Grift.

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5 Responses to So We Got Ivanka Workin’ For Us, Too, Also

  1. Scottie says:

    When I first heard she was even suggested for the position I was flabbergasted. It would be like nominating the former first dog who would do a better job. Hugs

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  2. Jim says:

    I have worked for the World Bank (the WB) on a number of occasions (as a consultant) and this is a large and very serious institution. The WB president isn’t a really hands management position; it calls more for good policy leadership and diplomatic skills. Frankly, I don’t trust either of them to make a good choice but, in the past, a couple of WB presidents have actually been bankers so the marginally best we can hope for is that the Living Typo will propose one of his former Goldman Sachs buddies. I’m pretty sure that Trump hasn’t the faintest idea what the WB is or what it does so he’ll just accept whatever the international development Dynamic Duo propose.

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  3. Buttemilk Sky says:

    History teaches us that whoever he appoints will be the object of semiliterate Twitter abuse and possibly a dumb nickname before Memorial Day.

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  4. laura says:

    I’m going out on a limb here, but my shiny nickel wager is that the next President of the World Bank comes from the fashion industry-ideally an “influencer.”

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  5. Pyed says:

    “The World Bank board traditionally accepts the U.S. nominee for the position.”

    That sentence hangs on the pivotal word “traditionally.”

    I believe the US is soon to discover that its traditional perks are beginning to dematerialize.

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