Husband of Ivanka Trump and Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner has hidden his connection to hated global manipulator, George Soros.
Kushner failed to declare his ownership stake in a real-estate finance company to which Soros lent money, making the two men business partners. Kushner omitted loans of $1 billion from more than 20 lenders, from his financial disclosure forms.
Cadre, the company in question, was provided with a $250 million line of credit by Soros.
The Daily Caller reports:
Kushner’s ownership stake in real-estate startup Cadre makes him business partners with Soros, Peter Thiel and other billionaires, as well as Goldman Sachs, according to the Journal.
Jamie Gorelick, a lawyer for Kushner, told the Journal that the president’s son-in-law discussed his stake in Cadre with the Office of Government Ethics and also “resigned from Cadre’s board, assigned his voting rights, and reduced his ownership share,” the Journal reported, adding that Kushner is expected to make public a new, revised financial disclosure form.
Kushner has become increasingly influential in the White House, with Trump campaign advisor Stephen Bannon being pushed aside. However, these revelations may cause Trump voters to question whether he really is the anti-establishment President he claimed to be.