Ivanka Trump says she passed on World Bank job
White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump speaks during an interview with The Associated Press, Wednesday April 17, 2019, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, where Trump is promoting a White House global economic program for women. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Catherine Lucey, The Associated Press
Published Wednesday, April 17, 2019 1:41PM EDT
Last Updated Wednesday, April 17, 2019 11:36PM EDT
ABIDJIAN, Cote d'Ivoire -- White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump says her father asked her if she was interested in the job of World Bank chief but she passed on it.
In an Associated Press interview, President Donald Trump's daughter said Wednesday she was happy with her current role in the administration. She was travelling in Africa to promote a global women's initiative.
Ivanka Trump said her father raised the job as "a question" and she told him she was "happy with the work" she's doing.
The president recently told The Atlantic: "I even thought of Ivanka for the World Bank. . She would've been great at that because she's very good with numbers."
Ivanka Trump worked on the selection process for the new head of the 189-nation World Bank, David Malpass. She said he'll do an "incredible job."
Asked if her father had approached her about other top jobs, Ivanka Trump said she'd "keep that between" them. She said she doesn't see a run for office in her future.