Tommy Tar wrote:The World Bank fund, which provides technical help and investment funding for women business owners, differs from the Clinton Foundation in some significant ways. While Ivanka Trump proposed the idea along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, she is not involved with its operation.
Bick wrote:This can't be right. I thought the Trump's hate women.
So what? Do you think the Clinton Foundation kept the money in socks and jars?Tommy Tar wrote:http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/05/21/529417148/saudis-and-the-uae-will-donate-100-million-to-a-fund-inspired-by-ivanka-trump
The money went to the World Bank not to any foundation run by Ivanka Trump.
not4u13 wrote:It's very clear that Trump is able to tell people what they want to hear. It's much less clear what he actually believes (or will do). It is, therefore, no surprise that US newspapers viewed the speech with more skepticism than those in Saudi Aribia may have done
ShiftyMutt wrote:No, but he wants them in their place. Y'know, women in the workforce can be a dangerous thing.
Bick wrote:How would you have handled getting the height-challenged king putting a medal around your neck? Loaned him your soapbox to stand on?
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