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Trump Considers Nikki Haley’s Replacement at U.N., Praises Ivanka

HeadlineOct 10, 2018

Trump told reporters he is considering several people to replace Haley as U.N. ambassador, including former deputy national security adviser and Goldman Sachs executive Dina Powell, as well as Trump’s daughter Ivanka, who currently serves as a senior adviser to the president.

President Donald Trump: “I think Ivanka would be incredible. That doesn’t mean I’d—you know, I’d pick her, because you’d be accused of nepotism, even though I’m not sure there’s anybody more competent in the world. But that’s OK. But—but we are looking at numerous people.”

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