Donald Trump | United States: President Absent From The Delegation For The World Economic Forum | Economy

In the list of members of the delegation of the United States that will attend the next World Economic Forum is not Donald Trump, president of that country.

According to a White House statement, the US group will be headed by US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin. Despite the absence on the list, media from that country have indicated that there is still the possibility that the president will attend the event that will take place between January 21 and 24, 2020 in Davos, Switzerland.

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The delegation is made up of 9 members. In addition to Mnuchin, the Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, will attend; that of Labor, Eugene Scalia; the one of Transport, Elaine Chao; the United States commercial representative, Robert Lighthizer; Undersecretary of State, Keith Krach; and the assistants of the president, Ivanka Trump – also son of the head of state – her husband Jared Kushner and Christopher Liddell.

It should be remembered that in 2019, there was no US delegation at the World Economic Forum, because its government had been declared in partial closure. Donald Trump's situation in Parliament, with a political trial, had also generated uncertainty in the participation of the United States.

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