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White House still might nominate Ivanka Trump as next UN ambassador: Bloomberg

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The White House is still considering nominating Donald Trump’s daughter to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, according to Bloomberg.

The president is considering Dina Powell of Goldman Sachs, ambassadors Kelly Craft and Richard Grenell, and former Republican Senate candidate John James for the position.

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But if no clear frontrunner emerges, Bloomberg reported, top White House aides have discussed nominating Ivanka Trump, who currently is a senior advisor to the president.

Ivanka had sought to tap down previous reports that she was being considered as the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

“I know that the President will nominate a formidable replacement for Ambassador Haley,” Ivanka tweeted in 2018. “That replacement will not be me.”

Just days later, however, her father tweeted about what a good ambassador she would be.

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“So nice, everyone wants Ivanka Trump to be the new United Nations Ambassador. She would be incredible, but I can already hear the chants of Nepotism! We have great people that want the job,” President Trump tweeted.

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TN GOPer claims to ‘honor’ women on same day his caucus refuses to condemn rep. who ‘sexually abused three girls’

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The Tennessee Democratic Party lashed out at state Republican lawmakers for refusing to bring up an effort to condemn a lawmaker who has reportedly admitted sexually harassing or abusing three girls.

The Tennessean reported on Monday that the Republican caucus controlling the state House had refused to add to the calendar an expulsion vote for Republican Rep. David Byrd.

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‘He’s ‘a sinister master manipulator’: Why Trump’s narcissistic bullying energizes his base

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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump railed against the media on Twitter, accusing reporters of artificially sinking his poll numbers, which have consistently hovered at 43 percent nationwide.

Trump's attacks on the media—which he dubbed the "LameStream Media" in his tweet—have been consistent over the course of his administration. The name-calling also echoes his attacks on other perceived enemies, including lawmakers, ethnicities, immigrants and whole countries.

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This Trump-backing Indiana city is ‘flashing a warning sign’ that a recession is coming: Wall Street Journal

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Last week's inverted yield curve set off fresh worries about whether the American economy is headed toward a recession, and a new report from the Wall Street Journal is sure to further stoke concerns.

In the report, the WSJ writes that Elkhart, Indiana -- a key industrial city in a district that voted for former President Barack Obama in 2008 and current President Donald Trump in 2016 -- is "flashing a warning sign about the economy."

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