REPORT: Trump’s son-in-law Kushner failed to disclose business ties with Soros


Jared Kusher is the husband of Ivanka Trump and the son-in-law of President Trump.   He also is one of the most powerful people working in the White House.  That said, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday,  White House adviser Jared Kushner  failed to disclose his business dealings with billionaire business magnate, and staunch liberal, George Soros.    To make matters worse, when filing financial disclosure forms, Kusher  also neglected to mention loans totaling $1 billion from more than 20 lenders.

In January, a report from Business Insider and New York real estate website Real Deal was released stating Soros awarded a $250 million line of credit to Cadre.  Cadre, a real estate company, was previously owned by Kushner before he became Trump’s adviser.


Jared Kushner

Essentially, Kushner’s ownership of Cadre makes him a business partner of Soros.  In addition to hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal causes and campaigns, Soros has said that Trump is doing the work of ISIS.

It’s important to note that the White House is denying the report.

Kushner’s lawyer Jamie Gorelick was also defensive against the reports. Gorelick claims Kushner reported his stake in Cadre with the Office of Government Ethics. He also “resigned from Cadre’s board, assigned his voting rights, and reduced his ownership share.”

According to another WSJ report, Kushner is expected to issue a revised financial disclosure form soon.

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