The Clintons' Ally? Wall Street Analyst on World Bank President's Rise and Fall | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


The Clintons' Ally? Wall Street Analyst on World Bank President's Rise and Fall

On 7 January, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim announced his intention to step down. Speaking to Sputnik, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel commented on Kim's unexpected move, shedding light on the top banker's decade-long career and cooperation with the Clinton Foundation.

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim's decision to resign came out of the blue, as in early September 2018 he seemed willing to finish his second term which was due to expire in 2022, Wall Street and investigative journalist Charles Ortel told Sputnik.

"In early September 2018, Kim sat down for an extended interview with Carlyle Group founder David Rubinstein on Bloomberg TV", Ortel said. "In this interview, Kim seemed eager to serve out his second term, asserting the need to continue the progress he had seen with World Bank colleagues since 2012, when he began his first term as World Bank President".

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