Carter Page Biography – Foreign policy advisor of Donald Trump

 Carter Page Biography facts
Date of birth : January 1, 1925
Birth Country:
Gender: Male
Height: 5.8
Net worth: under review

Carter Page

Carter Page was a foreign policy advisor of Donald Trump during his run for the president in 2016 but stepped back because of the allegations of having private communication with top Russian officials. He is currently the founder and managing partner of Global Energy Capital LLC.

Early Life and Education:

Carter Page was a Trident Scholar and a well known graduate of the United States Naval Academy. He got his M.B.A. from New York University, earned a Ph.D. from the University of London, and is a certified chartered financial analyst (CFA).


Business Career:

Page worked as an investment banker with Merrill Lynch in London, New York and from 2004 to 2007 in Moscow, wherever he worked on transactions involving Gazprom and other leading Russian energy corporations. According to businesspeople interviewed by Politico in 2016, Page’s add Moscow was at a subordinate level, and he himself remained for the most part unknown to decision-makers.

Page based his own investment fund, world Energy Capital, in 2008; his alternative partner is former Gazprom government Sergei Yatsenko. The fund operates out of a co-working area in Manhattan and is registered to Page’s father’s address. Other people operating within the Russian energy said to Politico in 2016 that the fund had nevertheless to really notice a project.

Foreign Policy:

Page has written columns in Global Policy Journal and is a fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations. He has expressed views in support of Russian president Vladimir Putin and raspingly criticized U.S. policy, and was characterized as “a brazen advocate for all the world Russian capital did” by a U.S. official’s ofttimes quoted on Russian T.V. as a “famous American economist”

Page was one among five individuals named as policy advisors by Donald Trump in March 2016. In step with Trump campaign staffers, he “has never met Trump, never briefed him”, and was placed on Trump’s list of advisors a lot of or less unintentionally at a time once skillful Republican policy specialists were busy distancing themselves from Trump.

Donald Trump Presidential Camp:

Carter was one among the foreign policy advisors which was surprising to most of the people in America. Later Carter stepped down from his responsibilities because of the allegations of having relations with the Russian officials.