World Bank Nominee David Malpass Gives First Interview…

David Malpass is President Trump’s nominee to lead the World Bank.  Mr. Malpass sat down with Trish Regan for his first media interview as the nomination process proceeds.

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44 Responses to World Bank Nominee David Malpass Gives First Interview…

  1. sundance says:

    So much news today. Secretary Pompeo discusses Venezuela.

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  2. Voltaire says:

    World Bank….hmm… World Bank…..

    Businessman appoints guy to world Bank….

    What could go…..
    Right?

    8+)

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Trish Regan is rising fast as THE Media Journalist.

    Liked by 8 people

  4. necsumadeoinformis says:

    Go get ’em, Dave.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. CountryDoc says:

    What is the difference between helping nations like Venezuela rebuild, and “nation building” in the derogatory sense — as we failed to do in Iraq, Afghanistan? I realize the “architectural goals” of Obama/Hillary, et al were not the same as those operating by the Trump doctrine of supporting national sovereignty, but what are the principles that should guide assisting nations in recovery?

    If the military started slaughtering citizens – In Venezuela, Somalia, South Africa, Yemen — at what point would we intervene? These are puzzling questions I have.

    It appears the globalists set things up to use tarriffs, law differences, labor differences, to maximize their individual profit (and keep lobbying/controlling power with appropriate legislators).

    Good questions on Trishs’ part regarding sanctions vs holders of debt. Goal is to produce growth from within Venezuela. Dealing with corruption. Hard to do that without imposing a police state to replace the current police state.

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    • CopperTop says:

      “What is the difference…?” I’d say refine the question to asking what is the difference between Administration A’s state craft and that of Administration B and how does that mean each one will pick winners/losers in the world’s “up for grab” democracies.

      Usually the one that does not favor a nation building style is about knowing there is a clear population that will stay/learn and fight and form a new government quickly. It’s a best guess (yet high confidence) that asks what can be accomplished and with least resources and beneficial relationship as much as economy.

      The one that favors nation building is about knowing there is a clear revenue stream to exploit and a vacuum of political might that can be manipulated to help the admin retain control or at minimum influence the economics of that revenue stream.

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    • Please says:

      Building: creating the new nation in your vision

      Helping: assisting in rebuilding the nation as they wish it to be

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  6. Sunshine says:

    Anything that will cancel the Global Migration Compact is good with me. Keep them in their countries and help them develop their nations.

    Last August, UN migration guy mentioned they were looking to relocate 60 Million individuals from Black Africa. He said overpopulation is the problem. Knowing they have an overpopulation problem that prevents them from developing, they keep on procreating like rabbits even though they lack sufficient water, food, and employment opportunities.

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    • Michael Todaro says:

      Latin America no different. Coming to you now. All free stuff for the sub species. Lawyers, doctors, interpreters, housing, hospitals, food, beverage, MARIJUANA, booze, cigarettes, sex, transportation…all 100% free. The English speaking, working, tax paying, white
      privilege people pay for EVERYTHING !!!

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    • jebg46 says:

      The men refuse to wear condoms, spreading HIV and babies. The women need access to birth control.

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      • Sunshine says:

        True about refusing condoms.
        These are patriarchal cultures where the value of a man’s honor lies in the number of children he procreates.

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      • swissik says:

        Seems to me that we in the US have had access, either cheaply or entirely free to birth control for decades and yet we have more abortions than ever in the past. Something is obviously not clicking.

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    • James Sawhill says:

      There is no lack of resources of all stripes in Africa. I lived in Nigeria for 5 years recently. Their political problem is corruption meaning we should never give them aid. Nigeria is split 50/50 muslim/christian with landed haves and migrant herder have-nots and that has bred terrorism (Boku Haram, which the media can’t seem to translate = western evil).

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    • Doug Amos says:

      Justine Trudeau is the girl they have been looking for.

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    • kiswa15 says:

      It is not over population which prevents them from developing.
      It is rich white liberals in the U.S. and Europe controlling the money to Africa. The World Bank has tied loans to developing countries to banning DDT.
      One million people a year die from Malaria, 90% of those are in Africa and most of those are children under the age of five.
      It is a painful horrible death and totally preventable.
      Your children and grandchildren will never face death from Malaria because we eradicated it from this continent using DDT but we deny it to the Poor of the world.
      Bill and Melinda Gates will hand out condoms and Gardasill vaccines in Africa like nobodies business but not a dime for clean water or electricity.
      Take a look at the vaccine scandal in Kenya.
      We’ve tied loans to green energy, forcing clinics in Africa to use solar panels, where Dr.s have to choose between a refrigerator for vaccines and blood products or lights for surgery because there isn’t enough electricity for both.
      Africa needs abundant cheap electricity to develop not Margaret Sangers eugenics.

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  7. GB Bari says:

    Malpass says countries do better economically when women get involved (at the government level, I believe he meant). Trish heartily agrees.

    Have they been watching the latest batch of women “getting involved” in the DimmicRAT Party????

    Would they say that these women – like Occasional-Cortex, Harris, the foul-mouthed Tlaib from Detroit, Sinema, etc etc. – are going to HELP the US economy?? It sees that adage isn’t working here in the US DimmicRAT Party..

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    • James Sawhill says:

      WTF – Trish fell for the sex card? What does that matter?

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    • Pale rider says:

      Michele Bachmann? I don’t believe a real biblical definition of woman would be a problem anywhere. The woman chosen here are more activists who are chosen because they have protection from actual accountability, as much of the demonrats party is.
      Can we just start over?

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  8. Every interview with Pompeo is impressive. He makes a reasonable and well supported case for how sanctions are used for the GOOD of the oppressed Venezuelans.

    Malpass does not reach that level–keeping my counsel. We’ll see.

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  9. Bone Fish says:

    Malpass was Chief Economist at Bear Stearns for six years preceding its collapse. Perfect for leading takedown of the (one) World (government) Bank and Bretton Woods economic model, no?

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  10. Nojustice4Swamp says:

    Learning about this World Bank, the appointment, and it’s impact. Explosive!

    There are two Megabanks…World Bank and the IMF.
    World Bank – Rothschilds mostly own it.
    IMF – Rothschilds own it.
    “The IRS” is a foreign private corporation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    A private “army” of the Federal Reserve (Fed).
    The Fed
    The US Federal Reserve – NOT a Federal Agency (private bank) owned by the Rothschilds!
    These Rothschilds have been running “The Greatest Ponzi Scheme”

    Now, with Trump guys sitting at the head of the tables, getting to make globally impacting financial decisions…it’s going to be great for America.

    First, Trump lines up the SCOTUS,
    Now the Worlds Finances.
    Talk about MAGA

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  11. AJ says:

    Malpass is a Kudlow crony from his radio show. Neither of them had ever heard of Main Street before Trump so I hope they know what they’re doing.

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    • everywhereguyy says:

      Yes, I used to listen to the Saturday morning Kudlow radio show when I lived in NYC. I was trying to think of where I heard Malpass’s name many times, and that’s where.

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  12. NoFixedAddress says:

    It would be a lot cheaper for USA to put up a huge wall on Mexico’s Southern border and negotiate with Mexico to allow US soldiers down there.

    PLUS

    Allow US into cartel areas of Mexico and deliver the MOAB’s on some of them.

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  13. Dow down 350 so far. Blamed on slowing of the European economies. Another indiation globaists dont like Malpass.

    Must be a great pick by PDJT.

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