Hunter Biden ain’t got NOTHING on how ex-President Donald Trump’s son-in-law has gotten over….
Using Diplomatic ties to enrich his and his father’s bank accounts?
Gaming the Government?
Anybody want to sic the FBI on him?
What about the tax liabilities?
Oh, and President Biden HAS TOO probably not go at this too hard since the US/Saudi Relationship’s ARE tierd to Middle East peace and US Gas/Oil prices, eh?
But one ally moved quickly to the rescue.
The day after leaving the White House, Kushner created a company that he transformed months later into a private equity firm with $2 billion from a sovereign wealth fund chaired by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Kushner’s firm structured those funds in sucha way that it did not have to disclose the source, according to previously unreported details of Securities and Exchange Commission forms reviewed by The Washington Post. His business used a commonly employed strategy that allows many equity firms to avoid transparency about funding sources, experts said….
Now, with Trump running for president again, some national security experts and two former White House officials say they have concerns that Trump and Kushner used their offices to set themselves up to profit from their relationship with the Saudis after the administration ended.
“I think it was an obvious opportunity for them to build their Rolodexes,” John Bolton, who was Trump’s national security adviser, said in an interview. “And I think they were probably hard at work at it, particularly Jared.”…
“The financial links between the Saudi royal family and the Trump family raise very serious issues,” said Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), who chairs the Senate Finance Committee and for several years has been investigating various ties between the Saudis, Trump and Kushner, “and when you factor in Jared Kushner’s financial interests, you are looking right at the cat’s cradle of financial entanglements.”…
Meanwhile, the financial benefits of the Saudi relationship with Trump and Kushner continue.
Trump is slated to hold three more LIV tournaments on his properties this year.
And Kushner reportedly has raised at least another $500 million for his company from international investors since he filed the SEC form last year, bringing the total to around $3 billion….
image…President Donald Trump meets with Mohammed bin Salman, then Saudi Arabia’s deputy crown prince, in the White House in 2017 as White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, right, listens. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
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