Officials in at least four countries “have privately discussed ways they can manipulate” Jared by “taking advantage of his complex business arrangements, financial difficulties and lack of foreign policy experience.”
- Jared sought funding for his 666 Fifth Avenue building from a Chinese insurance group, opening the door for the Chinese government to dangle business incentives to get the White House to treat China favorably at the bargaining table.
- Just before Jared accompanied President Trump on a diplomatic trip to Israel in May 2017, Kushner’s real estate company received a roughly $30 million investment from an insurer of one of Israel’s largest financial institutions.
- Last week, Jared met with Mexico’s president and foreign minister — but he excluded the American ambassador, who has over 30 years of experience in the region, from the meetings.
United Arab Emirates
- Qatari officials gathered info on secret meetings between Jared and United Arab Emirates but will not turn it over to Robert Mueller, concerned it will harm relations with the Trump administration.
Who is he really working for?
Donald Trump has entrusted his son-in-law — who has no government experience, no necessary security clearance, large foreign debts, a rocky relationship with the truth, and a host of conflicts of interest — with one of the most influential jobs in the world.