“President Donald Trump decided on Saturday to skip part of a discussion about what the leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies could do to help Africans improve their lives at home.”
He couldn’t be bothered, and frankly, couldn’t keep his attention focused on it. So he sent Ivanka.
Now, please understand something here. Having Ivanka sit there in his place isn’t an example of bad leadership. She’s got the same experience and qualifications as every single member of his cabinet:
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — former head of Exxon.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin — financier–someone who has a lot of money from questionable sources who funds things like Hollywood films and ads for Republican candidates.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross — billionaire investor and giver of bribes to corporate-owned political candidates.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster — a military veteran who has no business at an economic summit never mind as a director of intelligence for the National Security Agency–aka, as a Spy.
They’re CEOs and Spies, not qualified science and humanitarian figures who know how to HELP people.