Jared Kushner’s conflicts of interest by aids of Trump finally revealed
Jared Kushner, son-in-law of Trump sat one's face against two senior US government officials accusing him of tailoring US foreign policy to serve his personal interests.
Kushner is considered an envoy to Middle East by the name of his father-in-law have been challenged robustly by Gary Cohn, top economic adviser of Trump & Rex Tillerson, secretary of state.
Journalist Vicky Ward detailed confrontations in Kushner Inc besides describing how Ivanka Trump interferes in US relations.
The book will be released on 19 March.
Tillerson always blame Kushner for abrupt endorsement of Trump, blockade & diplomatic campaign against Qatar & many allies in June 2017 as US has many troops stationed in Qatar.
Tillersonexplained to Kushner how his interference endangered the US. Tillerson also read negative “chatter” criticizing him in intelligence reports written by Kushner for his friend Mohammed bin Salman, crown prince of KSA.
In Jan 27, Cohn rebuked Kushner after leaking a report that Kushner dined with executives from "Anbang" Chinese financial corporation that is considering investing in troubled tower of Kushner family at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
“You’ve got to be crazy”
Kushner met executives while hosting Chinese government officials at Fifth Avenue tower refinanced by a Qatari-backed investment fund.
Ivanka Trump has also interfered in telephone calls between foreign dignitaries & her father regardless having business interests overseas.
“Thanks so much for the CD you sent me", Ivanka told an Indian leader
The book of Ward portrays Ivanka & as ambitious operators loathed by other who were forced to work with them. Staffers of White House mocked Kushner as “secretary of everything” for wide-ranged meddling while describing team of Ivanka as Habi – “home of all bad ideas”.
Chief of staff & homeland security secretary, John Kelly is dismissing as “just playing government”.
The book details disagreements between former campaign chief of Trump, Steve Bannon & them while pushing to convert nationalist campaign rhetoric of Trump aggressively into government policy.
“He goes from a little boy to, like, this fucking devil. Go fuck yourself … you are nothing,” Bannon quoted