Jared Kushner

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Taking Advantage of Family Connections Is a Bipartisan American Tradition

Political scions in both parties have long abused their power.

8.2.19

Trump Just Stooped to a New Low in His War with Elijah Cummings

Cummings' committee recently authorized subpoenas for emails and texts of top White House aides, including Ivanka and Jared.

7.29.19

Of Mice and Mold: Baltimore Tenant Complaints Show Jared Kushner's Not Exactly a Model Landlord

Kushner Cos.’ properties in Baltimore County, with elegant names like Whispering Woods and Harbor Point Estates, have seen dozens of combined complaints.

7.1.19

What You Need to Know About Trump's Wild Weekend in North Korea

Meanwhile, the White House is reportedly ready to accept North Korea as a nuclear power, rather than demanding full denuclearization.

6.27.19

Jared Kushner's Middle East Peace Plan Isn't Going Very Well

Jared Kushner unveiled his grand plan for Middle East peace — or at least, phase one.

6.3.19

Jared Kushner’s Still Not Sure If He'd Report Russian Meddling to the FBI

And other weird stuff the senior White House adviser said last night.

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5.30.19

The Trump-Kushner “Deal of the Century” Was Just Torpedoed by Israel’s Political Chaos

“There’s a good chance this is the end of the Trump plan.”

5.30.19

What the Hell Just Happened to Israel's Government?

“Netanyahu is not only fighting for his political life, but he’s also fighting to stay out of court, out of jail."

5.15.19

Republicans Want to Hold Migrant Kids up to 100 Days in Detention

Republicans want a grand immigration deal. Will Democrats play ball?

4.12.19

Jared Kushner wasn't a Republican until 2018

Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law just registered as a member of the GOP in September.

4.2.19

Federal Prison Inmates Told Us Why Mueller Totally Blew It

"If there’s still someone out there who don't think that our so-called justice system is a shame, then you high as fuck."

4.1.19

Drugs, crime, and foreign ties aren’t enough to deny a White House security clearance, whistleblower says

The White House issued security clearances to 25 people who’d initially been denied for having glaring red flags all over their applications.

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