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Since Donald Trump announced his intention to save the Chinese electronics company ZTE, there is a wealth of theories. That's why the president suddenly had that Need to rescue and rescue a company that had punished its Ministry of Commerce only a month earlier for violating US sanctions by doing business with Iran and North Korea. Perhaps, one of the compelling hypotheses, he suddenly realized that he needed China's support for Jun's re-ever-again summit with  Kim Jong Un. Or maybe, when he heard on Beijing's list of demands in trade talks with the US, Trump, the worst negotiator in the world, shut down ZTE's ban on exports and replied, "Sure!" Maybe it was another chance to get the company off the hook. On Monday, however, a new theory emerged from a New York Times report: that in worshiping ZTE, Daddy Trump simply rewarded China for making his favorite child / employee a very lucrative feast.
The Times, at the time Trump tweeted on Mother's Day, he collaborated with President Xi Jinping to quickly re-launch ZTE " Ivanka Trump was granted "some long sought brands that cover their name in China". Six days before the announcement, Beijing said it had approved five of Ivanka's trademark applications; a week later, she granted her two more and gave her a total of 34 brands that enabled her to use her bizarre image in China. Experts came to the conclusion that although the timing did not look good, it was most likely a coincidence (which of course could have been avoided if the Trump family did not enter the White House because conflicts of interest broke out of their ranks). Rather than being directly linked to the Trump turnaround on ZTE, most noted that the situation was symptomatic of the broader problem of foreign governments, who were active in favor of the good side of the president in favor of the far-reaching business interests of the Trump clan , "Some countries will undoubtedly see this as a way to profile President Trump," said Ethics Watchdogs Fred Wertheimer and Norman Eisen. "Other countries see the business applications made by his daughter's company as inquiries they can not refuse." ( Abigail Klem, President of the Ivanka Trump brand, suggested this application to the Times because the brands were part of the "normal course of business" and their boss, who took up a position in the White House, but kept his share of the company, just wanted to make some money.)
All in all, it was not the worst story the First Daughter got involved in since her father moved to the White House – not without reason , But Princess Purses, whose company also received a number of Chinese trademarks in April 2017 on the same day she served President Xi in Mar-a-Lago, is not used to self-explaining or answering questions Advisor to the president would expect to be confronted. When the question of her company and ZTE came up during a phone call with reporters, she found that she had to strike by chance:
On Tuesday, Ivanka tweeted a series of quotes, including a little-known passage about hawkers ("3: 3 Focus on what lies ahead, on what you can control and ignore the trolls!"). This was apparently the response to the backlash she received after she posted a photo of herself and her youngest son on the heels of reports of a new administrative policy to separate undocumented migrants from their children, but it could probably be for Anyone who has the courage to ask their God-given right to benefit from the presidency.
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