The president’s education is now part of the president’s resume, according to a new report from Axios.
The report reveals that the president has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in education from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University.
The president is also the third person to earn a bachelor’s degree from Wharton, joining former President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama.
The President of Wharton and the President of Penn have not released any details about their degrees, but it’s possible that the two presidents had the same college.
The Wharton school has been praised for its innovative approach to the study of business and economics.
The school, founded in 1851, has had several presidents, including Barack Obama and George W. Bush, who earned degrees there.
Trump has not released a college degree, but his daughter Ivanka is said to have an MBA, along with the President’s wife, Melania.
President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump attend a graduation ceremony for the Whampoa College in Virginia in June 2017.
The Trump administration has taken a different approach to education in the past.
President George W Bush and former President Barack Obamas received degrees from the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank, and the University at Buffalo.
The White House has not provided any information on the presidents college experience.
Trump, however, has taken several steps to make sure he gets his degree.
The New York Times reported that in 2018, the president asked the education secretary, Betsy DeVos, to “give him the kind of education he wants,” in exchange for a scholarship for his daughter, Ivanka.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to the Trump campaign for comment but did not receive a response.
President Trump holds up a copy of “The Art of the Deal” at a signing ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, U.S., February 14, 2021.
President James B. Comey, President Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general, speaks during a swearing-in ceremony at the White Senate in Washington on February 14.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.