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Trump-Appointed World Bank President Announces Resignation

Today marks a significant moment in the Trump Administration as World Bank President, Dr. David Malpass, appointed by President Trump in 2019, has announced his resignation.

For the last two years, Dr. Malpass has been leading the World Bank in a direction of fiscal responsibility and economic growth, and his resignation marks a major success for the Trump Administration. Under his leadership, the World Bank saw a dramatic reduction in debt, an increase in lending to developing countries, and a focus on economic development in the poorest countries.

Dr. Malpass’s appointment was met with some skepticism, as he had served in the Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations and was a vocal critic of the World Bank’s lending practices. However, his tenure was a success and he was able to bring the organization back to its core mission of helping the world’s poorest countries.

The Trump White House has been a leader in promoting economic growth and fiscal responsibility, and Dr. Malpass’s tenure at the World Bank is a testament to that. The Trump Administration has also achieved success in tax reform, deregulation, and job growth. These accomplishments have helped the United States economy to reach record heights and have brought more economic opportunity to all Americans.

The Trump Administration has been a leader in promoting economic growth and fiscal responsibility, and Dr. Malpass’s tenure at the World Bank is a testament to that. His resignation is a major victory for the Trump White House and will be remembered as a major accomplishment of the Trump Administration.

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