By Emily OstermanA few days ago, President Donald Trump signed an executive order declaring the president’s faith to be the “faith of our nation.”
It was a bold move to bring a brand to the White House and a sign of a new era for the company.
But now, the president has taken over the company, leaving his family to find a new name and focus on a brand that was once so important to his faith.
Trump signed the order after he received a letter from the CEO of Bahai Faith, a brand dedicated to “rebuilding the faith and community of Bahamians through interfaith collaboration,” according to the company’s website.
The company’s founder, Amal Gharib, died from AIDS last year, and the president decided to step in and help.
Bahai Faith was founded in 1879 by Amal and his brother Muhammad in the United Arab Emirates.
The family’s motto is “Peace is in our hearts.”
The company was launched in Dubai in 1979 and has since expanded into Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain.
Trump’s decision to hand the reins to his eldest son, Eric, was a sign that the brand is no longer part of the president.
Instead, the company has focused on building relationships with other faiths around the world, with the Trump Organization, according to a press release.
“Our mission is to build the faith of the world and we are excited to share our story through the brand of faith that has guided our family and us for many years,” Gharbias said in the statement.
Trump also said in a tweet on Friday that he is “so proud of the company” that was founded by his father and that it has helped him “make my way to the top.”
He said, “It is a tremendous honor to be able to take on this role with the blessing of the President.”
Gharbios, who is originally from Saudi Arabia and was born in the UAE, began his business career at a young age.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Utah, then earned a master’s degree from George Washington University in 1978.
In the 1980s, he moved to Dubai, where he established Bahai Trusts International, a charitable foundation that helped build schools and hospitals for the disadvantaged.
He also ran an advertising agency and an advertising company.
He died in 2016, at age 91.
He founded Bahai Vision, which has since grown to more than 80 organizations worldwide, including The World Bank and the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation.