WASHINGTON (AN) — Ivanka Trump said her father offered her the job of presiding over the World Bank, but she turned it down so she could stay on as a senior presidential adviser.
The eldest daughter of U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview with The Associated Press during a trip to Africa this week that her father had asked her about the opening at the World Bank to see if she would be interested in taking on a five-year term as president of the global lending institution.
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