Jared Kushner Reportedly Helped Create the T-RUMP Campaign Shell 

Company to Secretly Pay the President’s Family of Their With Pending Lawsuits…

His new book "Breaking History”  is a larger crock of sh*t than his father in laws book —


Opinion: Jared Kushner Settles A Few Scores —  And Blows Smoke Like Donald — 

Author —  Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a vice president at New America and a professor of practice at Arizona State University.  Bergen is the author of "The Cost of Chaos: The Trump Administration and the World." The views expressed in this commentary are his own. View more opinion on CNN and My Editor running commentary is in blue — 

(CNN) — In the Trump White House, Jared and Ivanka Kushner were famously referred to as "the interns." Now, Jared Kushner has written a book about his internship, modestly titled "Breaking History," in which he casts himself as a diplomatic genius -- a latter-day Metternich with a solid dose of Henry Kissinger thrown in.

Describing his time in government, he writes: "Humbled by the complexity of the task, I orchestrated some of the most significant breakthroughs in diplomacy in the last fifty years." And that's just in the preface. The nearly 500 pages that follow are rife with this kind of self-congratulatory puffery. 

To be fair, Kushner was arguably the most important person in the Trump administration after his mercurial father-in-law. But that was less about his abilities and more because he was one of the very few people -- along with his wife and Olympic-level sycophant Vice President Mike Pence -- who had seemingly guaranteed job security in an administration known for its rapidly revolving door.

At the Trump White House, Kushner was allowed to dabble in pretty much anything he wanted, while never officially taking responsibility for many of those roles -- an enviable position to be in when things didn't go well. He took over the portfolios of China, Mexico, the Middle East and NAFTA. When the coronavirus hit, he became one of the de facto Covid-19 leaders as well.

By Kushner's own account, he performed brilliantly in all of these gigs, a fact that, in his view, would be more widely recognized if only other senior administration officials hadn't been so incapable of appreciating his inestimable talents. 

Kushner recounts an episode in which Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, and Trump's chief of staff, Reince Priebus, supposedly drafted a resignation letter for Kushner to sign. Kushner takes the opportunity to settle some scores with a number of those top officials, including Bannon, former Trump chief of staff John Kelly, former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Kushner's real-world experience before entering the White House was running his family real estate company. In that role, he presided over what was arguably the worst real estate deal in Manhattan's history: Buying 666 Fifth Avenue for a record $1.8 billion in 2007, which became a financial albatross when the recession hit a short time later. 

Kushner also purchased the New York Observer, which he reportedly used to attempt to undermine his rivals and suppress unflattering stories about his cronies. The Observer went entirely digital in 2016, and CNN reported at the time that its influence had "diminished" since Kushner had taken it over. 

Never mind those failures: When Trump took the White House, Kushner became the go-to guy on an ever-widening set of portfolios. On NAFTA, which Trump called "the worst trade deal ever," Kushner inserted himself into the re-negotiations around the trade accord.

But, in the end, the deal that he struck, which was rebranded as the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA),was a lot like the old NAFTA. 

The new deal included relatively minor changes, such as opening up the Canadian market to US dairy farmers and requiring automobiles to have a higher percentage (75% instead of 62.5%) of their components manufactured in the three countries in order to qualify for zero tariffs. 

Kushner presented the USMCA as momentous ("I helped renegotiate the largest trade deal in history") despite the fact that the changes between NATFA and USMCA were "mostly cosmetic," according to a Brookings Institution analysis of the new deal. 

The Abraham Accords —  Kushner can certainly count the "Abraham Accords" as an achievement, given that two small Gulf monarchies, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain, signed deals recognizing the state of Israel for the first time during the Trump administration. Kosovo, Morocco and Sudan all forged ties with Israel as well. 

But the Abraham Accords hardly compare with the 1978 Camp David Accords that then-President Jimmy Carter brokered between Egypt and Israel, two countries that had been at war for decades.

The UAE and Bahrain, meanwhile, had never fought a war with Israel, and the fact that they normalized relations with the Jewish state was more about creating a coalition against their common enemy Iran than Kushner's brilliant negotiations. Yet, Kushner recounts his role with blustering bravado: "Getting this deal done was like trying to land a plane on an aircraft carrier in the middle of a storm." Alrighty.

A key part of Kushner's plan to bring peace to the Palestinian territories was to secure $50 billion of investment for Palestinian projects. But both the Palestinians and the Israelis boycotted the much-ballyhooed Palestinian investment conference that Kushner hosted in Bahrain in June 2019. 

And there doesn't seem to be evidence that Kushner's investment plans ever came to fruition.   Kushner also seems to have forgotten the original purpose of why he took up the "peace process." It was purportedly to bring about a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians. 

Kushner seemed to be operating on the theory that normalizing relations between Israel and the Arab states would cause the Arab countries to push the Palestinians to agree to a two-state solution. Providing significant Arab investment in the Palestinian territories would also help sweeten the deal. But none of that worked and by the end of the Trump administration, the two-state solution seemed more a mirage than ever.

Meanwhile, the Trump administration gave then Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu -- an old family friend of the Kushner's -- pretty much everything he wanted: pulling out of the Iranian nuclear deal, reversing American policy and declaring that it did not consider Israeli settlements in the West Bank a violation of international law and withdrawing US support for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which among other things, educated hundreds of thousands of displaced Palestinian kids living as refugees in countries around the Middle East. 

The Crown Prince — Trump's first overseas visit was to Saudi Arabia, a trip that Kushner had pushed hard for.  Shortly after the trip, the Saudis imposed a blockade on Qatar, which had long found their enormously wealthy neighbor to be an irritant. The Saudis knew that with President Barack Obama in the White House, a blockade of Qatar likely wouldn't fly, but the Trump-Kushner team was another matter. 

It's unclear whether Trump and Kushner were either unaware or simply didn't care that Qatar sits on some of the largest natural gas reserves in the world and is also home to the largest US military base in the Middle East. 

The two Trump cabinet officials who knew the most about Qatar, Tillerson, who was previously the chairman and CEO of Exxon, and then-Secretary of Defense James Mattis, who had commanded CENTCOM, were both angered by the blockade. But Kushner sidelined them both on the Qatar issue. 

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, known as MBS, knew that the one person who really counted in all this was Kushner, who had his back. The absolute Gulf monarchies who run their fiefdoms as family businesses had a shrewd understanding of where the power really resided in the Trump administration. 

Kushner's relationship with MBS, who the CIA concluded ordered the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, has certainly proven lucrative. Against the advice of its own board of advisers, a Saudi sovereign wealth fund led by MBS reportedly invested $2 billion in Kushner's newly formed private equity firm just six months after Trump left office. This extraordinarily cushy deal goes unmentioned in Kushner's very long book. 

Prison Reform —  In fairness to Kushner, he certainly did get some things right. One of most important events in his adult life was, inarguably, the imprisonment of his father Charles Kushner, who was convicted of witness tampering and several other charges after he hired a prostitute to seduce his brother-in-law in a New Jersey hotel room while a hidden camera rolled. 

As part of the revenge plot, he then sent the tape to his own sister, who along with her husband, had been cooperating with the feds in an investigation into Charles Kushner's campaign contributions. He was sentenced to two years, and his son movingly describes visiting his father every weekend at the Alabama prison where he was incarcerated. 

Given this personal experience, Kushner campaigned for prison reform during his time in the Trump White House and helped create a coalition with Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois and CNN commentator Van Jones, among others, to move this bipartisan measure through Congress. The resulting reforms helped address some of the disparities in sentencingbetween crack cocaine convictions and powder cocaine offenses that tended to penalize Black offenders 

It also lowered mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent crimes and gave judges the leeway to dole out more lenient sentences to those who deserved them.

Covid-19 — Kushner also deserves credit for helping orchestrate the Trump administration's vaccination program, known as "Operation Warp Speed," during the pandemic. The government invested $1 billion in Moderna, which produced a testable vaccine in just a matter of months and placed another $1.5 billion order for 100 million doses of the vaccine. 

And while Pfizer didn't directly take US government money in the research phase, the administration did strike an advance-purchase deal with the company to obtain more than 100 million doses for $1.95 billion. 

Yet, Kushner never grapples with his father-in-law's role as a one-man super-spreader of lies and disinformation. This surely contributed to many unnecessary deaths during the pandemic, given Trump's influence on his supporters and the key role that the president's bully pulpit plays in American life. 

Early on, Trump repeatedly downplayed the severity of the pandemic, saying the virus would "go away" or "disappear." Trump also denigrated mask-wearing and almost invariably refused to wear a mask himself at a time when vaccines were not yet available and masks were one of the most effective ways to curb the spread of the virus.

Dr. Deborah Birx, Trump's coronavirus response coordinator, told a House select subcommittee that that the Trump administration's botched response to Covid-19 proved lethal for many tens of thousands of Americans. If the administration had followed the science and implemented more mitigation measures, she testified, "We probably could have decreased fatalities into the 30-percent-less to 40-percent-less range."

Kushner also gives his father-in-law a free pass on spreading falsehoods about the 2020 election being stolen from him. At one point, Kushner writes that "2020 was full of electoral anomalies" without saying exactly what they were. He also credits Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani with efforts to overturn the election, while Kushner himself remained focused on Operation Warp Speed and his Middle East peace efforts. 

Of course, Kushner also fails to acknowledge his father-in-law's role in fomenting the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, and he makes the now debunked claim that "no one at the White House expected violence that day." In fact, Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide to the White House's chief of staff,testified publicly under oath in June that Trump's national security adviser and the deputy chief of staff for operations had raised the issue of potential violence in the days before January 6.

For readers looking for a robust defense of the Trump administration that makes no pretense to being an impartial account, Kushner's "Breaking History" is the book for you. For those who are looking for a more wide-ranging and balanced accounting of Trump's four years in office, I'm looking forward to Peter Baker and Susan Glasser's book, which is scheduled for release next month, as well as Maggie Haberman's, which will be out in October.

REALITY SETS IN… Jared and Ivanka Realize Dad’s A Schmuck  —  CNN)   With each passing day away from Washington, former President Donald Trump's grievances continue unabated. And those complaints appear to be driving away two of the people who were closest to him during his White House tenure: his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Sometimes the former President complains for several hours about the "stolen" 2020 election. Other times, his frustrations emerge in fits and starts -- more likely when he is discussing his hopeful return to national politics. And while he often has a rotating audience of cheering listeners, the gap between Trump and his daughter and son-in-law grows wider by the week, according to 12 former Trump White House officials, former administration officials, family friends, acquaintances and members of Trump's team who spoke with CNN about changes to the former President's current inner circle.

A large part of the reason for the separation is Trump's constant harping on the past and his inability to move on. The former President has also started to question the role that Kushner -- one of the few people who were able to stay close to Trump throughout his two presidential campaigns and White House tenure -- has played in his presidential legacy.

Ivanka Trump has also struggled to undo the entanglements caused by the years at her father's side in the White House, as she seeks a less complicated life for her family, according to two acquaintances. They described her as having to walk a fine line between embracing her father and distancing herself from his election lies.

Having spent much of the last five-and-a-half years in close proximity to him, Ivanka Trump and Kushner were rarely seen with him in the months leading up to the former President's seasonal shift from living at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, to living in a cottage at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. 

Simultaneously, the disappearance of Kushner -- once the ringleader of Trump's policy operations -- was also apparent. A person familiar with Kushner says there were visits from the Kushner/Trump family to Mar-a-Lago before Trump's move North, but they were sparse, averaging once every three to four weeks. The physical distance between them was not far: after leaving Washington, Kushner and Ivanka Trump moved to a Miami high-rise to await the construction of their mansion on a nearby private island.


Kushner Moves To The Side    It wasn't the distance that kept Kushner away, say those who know his thinking -- it was the desire to be far from Trump's constant stream of contempt, and the chorus of voices cheering him on. 

"Trump always has an array of characters around him," says a person who worked in the administration.

Around mid-March, some of Trump's most trusted advisers began urging him to bring someone onto his team who could oversee daily operations and help organize his candidate meetings, fundraising requests and endorsement vetting process. 

Another consistent presence is that of Donald Trump Jr, whose penchant for politics has grown in the years since his father entered the political scene and who has become an increasingly trusted adviser to the former real estate mogul. 

Now Trump finds himself more often in the company of an ever-changing circle of advisers. Trump allies say he is once again interacting with characters who should require supervision -- noting that he has been in frequent touch with One America News anchor Christina Bobb, a prolific proponent of far-fetched theories about the 2020 election, in addition to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who has encouraged Trump to keep challenging the 2020 election results in several states. 


Eroded Trust  —  Trump has privately started to question Kushner's contributions to his legacy. One person who spoke with the former President in the last two weeks recounted a conversation in which Trump complained about Kushner inking a book deal that he thinks his son-in-law will use to take credit for some of his achievements. 

Another source confirms there is jealousy from Trump about Kushner's book, which a Kushner associate says was a "seven-figure deal" with Broadside Books, the conservative branch of mega-publisher HarperCollins. Trump, who has lately been helping with several journalists' in-the-works books about his presidency, has yet to announce a deal of his own. 

"He's always been suspicious of Jared," this person said, noting that Trump has previously discounted Kushner's role in some of the key policies he enacted as president, including Middle East peace deals and criminal justice revisions. 

Two people familiar with conversations Trump has had since his arrival in May at Bedminster say he questioned whether Kushner "accomplish[ed] peace in the Middle East after all" after tensions between Israel and Hamas erupted into a violent series of airstrikes last month. 

"It is not a secret President Trump doesn't like when he thinks other people are getting attention for something he feels he has facilitated," says another former Trump White House official. "There's a sweet spot between saying nothing about work you did and saying too much that everyone has to find -- or else he gets triggered."

Nothing Is Exactly Kosher with The Kushner’s  —  Business Insider reports that Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump, allegedly approved the creation of the shell company, which ultimately spent approximately half of the Trump campaign's huge $1.26 billion budget. A person close to the situation has alleged that Kushner directed Mike Pence's nephew John Pence, Trump campaign Chief Financial officer Sean Dollman, and Lara Trump to serve on the company's board. The company was incorporated as American Made Media Consultants Corp. and American Made Media Consultants LLC. (or AMMC for short).

The creation of the shell company was supposedly to hide financial and operational details from the public, especially as the Trump campaign supposedly spent an astonishing $617 million on his reelection campaign through the company from January 2019 to November 2020. It was first formed in April 2018, and acted as a campaign within a campaign, doling out money to the president's top advisors and Trump family members. 

By setting up the shell company, the Trump campaign did not need to meet any federally mandated disclosures. To add to the situation, insiders have said that many on the T-RUMP campaign didn't really understand how the company functioned, and the Trump campaign leaders launched an internal audit on it, although the results of the review were never publicly revealed. 

Open Mouth - Say Stupid Things - Lose Votes - As Bad As T-RUMP —  

WASHINGTON (AP) — Presidential adviser Jared Kushner said Monday that President Donald T-RUMP wants to help Black people in America, but they have to “want to be successful” for his policies to work. 

“President Trump’s policies are the policies that can help people break out of the problems that they’re complaining about, but he can’t want them to be successful more than they want to be successful,” Kushner said on “Fox & Friends.”   Kushner, who is Trump’s son-in-law, also criticized prominent people who raised their voices after the killing of George Floyd, a Black man who died in police custody, but then didn’t follow through and work to find ways to improve the lives of Black people in America.

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., accused Kushner of “casual racism.” Former Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile wrote on Twitter, “He’s talking to folks who have suffered and endured systemic racism and historic tokenism.”  
T-RUMP, who has been trying to appeal to the Black community, has been promoting his attempts to set up economic opportunity zones, provide steady funding for historically Black colleges and universities, and institute criminal justice reforms.   
Thats lies has been going around for more than four years…

Travels And Big Lies  —  Jared Kushner visited the Auschwitz concentration camp memorial in a delegation with Vice President Mike Pence on February 15, 2019. 

Back in April, as the US coronavirus death toll surpassed 58,000, first son-in-law Jared Kushner took to the airwaves to address the crisis. While it was widely acknowledged that the administration’s shambolic response to COVID-19—which included dubbing it fake news and then putting  a dog breeder in charge of the Health and Human Services task force—had allowed the disease to gain a foothold in the country.

The Boy Prince of New Jersey had a slightly different take on the situation. Claiming that America was “on the other side of the medical aspect of this,” Kushner told Fox News: 

“The federal government rose to the challenge and this is a great success story. And I think that that’s what really needs to be told.” 

Of course, in reality, that wasn’t true at all: In the time since young Jared claimed that the public health aspect of the pandemic was in the rearview, almost 170,000 more people have died in the US. Nearly five months and close to 228,000 dead people later, what does Kushner think of his father-in-law’s handling of the whole thing? 

If we were to hang T-RUMP for murder which is what it is, he know the consequence of his actions and I see it as murder.  Let mini -T-RUMP, Pence, Barr and Mcconnell share a rope with him… his lies are just as deadly…

Thank You For Your Service, Jared Kushner

Jared Kushner is very good at making news. The bad kind. For the T-RUMP White House, that is.  In a video interview with Time magazine released Tuesday, Kushner, the presidential son-in-law and jack of all trades at the White House, was asked whether there was any scenario he could imagine where the November 3 election would be postponed.

"That's too far in the future to tell," Kushner responded. "Nothing that I'm aware of now, but again, our focus right now is just on getting the country right--." Pressed on the matter, Kushner added this:

Which, of course, is not “ No, the election is going to be on November 3."   And which meant, of course, Kushner needed to issue a correction clarification -- and quickly. "I have not been involved in, nor am I aware of any discussions about trying to change the date of the presidential election," he said in a statement released Wednesday morning.

Clean up on Aisle Kushner!  Someone just peed on the floor — 

  • Here's the thing: Jared Kushner is getting very good at this by now. Because, well, he just keeps saying the wrong things. 
  • (LIES) “ We’re on the other side of the medical aspect of this,” Kushner said in late April of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • (LIES) "We've achieved all the different milestones that are needed. The federal government rose to the challenge, and this is a great success story." At that point, more than 60,000 Americans had died from the disease. As of today, more than 88,000 people have died,with one influential model suggesting that number could reach 147,000 by early August.
  • (LIES) Asked earlier in April why medical supplies from the federal stockpile weren’t being distributed to states that needed them, Kushner responded: “ he notion of the federal stockpile was it’s supposed to be our stockpile. It's not supposed to be state's stockpiles that they then use. 
  • (LIES)   ED: Excuse me …Who the f*ck are you, so far you are nothing but a displaced mini-f*ck spawned by a corrupt Dad and a corrupt Father In Law.  Your gene pool is nothing to talk about except in jail cells where you all belong — Just another arrogant bastard —
  • (LIES)   The language on the Strategic National Stockpile website made clear that “when state, local, tribal, and territorial responders request federal assistance to support their response efforts, the stockpile ensures that the right medicines and supplies get to those who need them most during an emergency.” In a plot right out of “1984," the language was changed following Kushner's "our stockpile" claim.
  • (LIES) Amid nearly nationwide stay-at-home orders Jared and his wife Ivanka T-RUMP (and their three children) traveled from Washington, DC, to a T-RUMP property in New Jersey to celebrate the first night of Passover.  Earlier in the day, before heading to New Jersey, Ivanka had tweeted:  "Tonight we gather for a Passover without precedent. The group might be smaller, and the answer to “ Why is this night different' might be unusual".  But all across the world we shall sing our songs of freedom and together celebrate renewal.”
  • (LIES) ED: As a fellow Jew that was a lesson in Bullsh*t.  “  Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights”  is an allegory from the Jewish Passover Seder, in which a guest at the Seder, most normally the youngest, will ask the Ma Nishtana or the four questions.  No one else in the country could travel but they did was the correct answer, they were not so compliant.
  • (LIES) As it relates to the idea of postponing the election, the key point here is that no one in the White House has the ability to do so. The date of the general election is governed by federal statute. This one, in particular:

  • "The Tuesday next after the 1st Monday in November, in every even numbered year, is established as the day for the election, in each of the States and Territories of the United States, of Representatives and Delegates to the Congress commencing on the 3d day of January next thereafter.
  • (LIES) Which means that the only way it can be changed is by Congress. And there's NO way that a Democratic-controlled House is going to do that. No. Way.  So, it's a moot point what Kushner thinks about the date of the general election. He has absolutely no say in it. 
  • (LIES) Which is why he shouldn't have engaged in even the most remote speculation about whether the date might change. It won’t.  How will this latest gaffe impact Kushner's standing with Trump? If past is prologue, not at all! 
  • (LIES) Following his comments about the “great success story” of COVID-19, Trump called Kushner a "genius."  Which, well, OK.  But T-RUMP has always relied on family -- and family alone -- to guide his professional and political choices. Which means that no matter how many times Kushner puts his foot in his mouth, he’s not likely to lose his prized perch at the right hand of the father-in-law.   What is most galling as the nation faces its worse crisis since World War II is how the T-RUMP family keeps demanding recognition for their brilliant work and also our thanks for the catastrophic mess, they have helped land us all in.
  • (LIES)  Jared Kushner, who has fallen upwards throughout his life, inheriting a vast real estate empire and then making one of the worst purchases in the history of Manhattan, which was buying the office building 666 Fifth Avenue for a then-record $1.8 billion in 2007, a lemon which was only finally taken off his hands after his father-in-law became president.
  • (LIES)  So, perhaps it was only fitting that he was awarded the job of Shadow Secretary of State at the beginning of the T-RUMP administration.  Kushner was in charge of managing the US-China portfolio, a responsibility that drew criticism, given Kushner’s own business interests with China.
  • (LIES)   He also destroyed any vestige of American leadership in the Middle East with his promotion of the reckless Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his sabotage of the two-state solution in Israel.  And the murder of a renowned journalist which has drifted off the screen. 
  • (LIES)  According to officials cited by The New York Times, early on in the Covid-19 crisis, Kushner privately agreed with his father-in-law that this whole COVID-19 thing was being overblown by the “ lame stream” media.  Kushner then championed a new Google site where you could go and get your virus symptoms tested. His father-in-law touted 1,700 Google engineers who were working on the site at a White House news conference in March. If that sounds like a fantasy, it was.
  • (LIES)  And now, Kushner comes to Fox News, the Pravda of the T-RUMP administration, to marvel on Wednesday that the T-RUMP administration’s response to the COVID-19 is “  great success story,” claim that that “we have all the testing we need to start opening the country” and state his hope that " by July, the country's really rocking again.”   
  • (LIES)  This is the kind of thing we call sh*t and expect in a banana republic: the nepotistic incompetence and the demands from the public to lavish praise on the brilliant ruling family.   It would be laughable if there weren’t so many lives lost already and so many more in our future.  So, Jared Kushner, we, the American public, want to thank you for your service.
  • (LIES) The message, time and time again, is that the rules are important and everyone needs to follow them — unless, of course, you are related to Trump, in which case you get to make your own rules.  As Michael D’Antonio, a Trump biographer, wrote way back in December 2016:  "Trump has long used manipulative techniques to get what he wants. These tendencies to shade the truth, break the rules and ignore the damage he does were apparent when he first made himself known as a publicity hound and developer in New York, and they continue to be an essential part of his character —  


  • Ivanka's knowledge of marketing is vast and half -vast but she can get attention —  how to get attention  —  What a great set of perfectly matched and shaped pair of breasts she has…and she knows how to get the audiences attention with those street language:  —  knockers — boobs — they do get immediate media attention: 
  • Even her father on the Howard Stern show said if she wasn’t his daughter he would bang her.
  • The Psychology of It —  Chests and breasts are a sexual area that is closely tied into a person’s self esteem and instinctive, primal response. 
  • Baring a chest or thrusting it out is either a sexual display, an action to show strength and confidence, and  in males a way to show aggression if feeling threatened. In females used to draw attentions:
  • The basic function of breasts, is feeding.   The secondary function  is desire:  Touching and caressing the chest or breasts between compatible, romantic pairs is a way to show affection and amp up sexual desire. 
  • Women and men find this attribute an attractive feature in others that match their sexual preferences, and even if one is in a committed relationship with someone else, looking without being creepy about it  and appreciating this attribute is healthy and normal.
  • Again, She is still her fathers, fantasy as he said to Howard Stern, If she wasn’t my daughter, I love to XXXX her.   The bottom line of the exercise proves my theory the T-RUMPS in totem, the whole family are all attention getters and she is as much a narcissist as her father.  They all belong in some kind of nuthouse.

  • You get the idea. While her father’s brand publicly is being the best at everything,  and not at all like a normal person, Ivanka is heavily invested in convincing people that she is — really! seriously! -- not much different than them.   Sure, she's got a great job.  And she's wealthy.  And her dad is President.  And those knockers — 

  • But really, you and she are actually more alike than you might think!   And her greatest assets are her two friends she share often with the world…  a real classy act… that great rack, other than those breasts, she is quite the dangerous one with her fathers personality… and no moral code other than power and money…

SPECIAL:  Jareds F*cked Up Interview With Axios —  

  • Does Jared Kushner know anything relevant to his White House role at all? Have any comprehension of the role of a public servant? See a purpose in his life other than elevating himself into ever-higher echelons of wealth and influence?  If you were going by his remarks in a recent interview with Axios, the answer would have to be no.

  • Kushner sputtered and spun, looking like a little boy dressed up in his father's suit, unable to give a definitive or direct answer to nearly every question asked of him. From abortion rights to Israel, Palestinians to the presidential campaign, Kushner served word salad. It was a rare and jarring look inside the mind of a cipher made suddenly and undeservedly powerful. What we saw:  A whole lot of nothing and the urgent takeaway: voters cannot squander the nation's upcoming opportunity to restore competence, stature and sanity to the White House.

  • Kushner’s interview would have been comical if this under qualified senior adviser didn’t have the ear of the leader of the free world, and didn't, absurdly, believe himself the right guy to advise on any number of matters -- including taking over the Middle East peace process.  

  • Just when you were wondering whatever happened to Jared Kushner, the White House adviser who got his job because his father-in-law is President, he popped up on an Israeli TV station on Monday to jab at the Democrat who may be on the ballot opposing President Donald T-RUMP in 2020. He said he’s been busy cleaning up “the messes” that former Vice President Joe Biden was supposedly responsible for creating related to the Middle East and criminal justice.  What a lying pr*ck this mini T-RUMP is —  

  • Kushner's simplistic take sheds little light on the two issues he named, but illumination was not the point. No soundbite could ever help anyone understand the problems he pointed to. Instead, Kushner was obviously trying to distract us from the worsening impeachment crisis that had enveloped the administration, and to impress the Oval Office occupant.

  • Jared Kushner, who was less qualified than anyone except perhaps his wife on the day he was named to a White House post. This is a man who was born into enormous wealth, got into Harvard after his family pledged a $2.5 million donation, and only entered politics when his father-in-law declared he was running for President. 

  • Kushner’s born-on-third-base story of personal success may make him sensitive to any suggestion he has gotten more than he deserves. Biden said as much in an interview aired by the CBS News program 60 Minutes last Sunday. This poke likely inspired Kushner to strike back when he should have passed on the opportunity to draw more attention to the former Vice President. In doing so he may have pleased his father-in-law, but he gave more evidence to those who observe that he lacks the experience and wisdom for the job he holds.



  • Before that, Kushner had achieved little beyond a mediocre academic career.  This White House is such a pulsating example of unearned privilege (see here, here, here, here and here), that in a nation that prides itself on meritocracy and swears that those who work hard are rewarded, we see that it's also possible to be a rich dolt and still occupy one of the most powerful positions on earth. 

  • In the case of Kushner's father-in-law, whose trajectory of failure and mediocrity landed him in the Oval Office, to occupy what may be the most powerful position on earth.

  • Just how ignorant, middling and amoral is Kushner? The Axios interview offers some startling clues. Among them is that he manages to spin his utter incompetence as a good thing.  Asked by Axios’ Jonathan Swan to name the thing T-RUMP will be known for in 50 or 100 years, he replied, in part: 

  • “What this President did is he represented an outsider who came in, brought in a ton of people who never would've been in Washington before who were not " qualified' by conventional standards, " Kushner said, thus absolving himself of his own pretender status. “  And he’s brought in a ton of people that have brought great results to this country both economically and from a national security point of view.” 


  •  It is true that T-RUMP brought in a great many “Outsiders” who were not qualified for their administration jobs by conventional standards (or any standards, really). His cabinet members and other appointments have been often inept, many of them just seriously inexperienced.  

  • The Turnover in the WhiteHouse has been plagued by liars, thieves and morons without a clue many now we call the cesspool have gone to trial proven guilty of what I call sabotage and traitors.  Many have been asked to leave, threatened with jail time, exploitation, corruption and not being very honest. 

  • They were not qualified and then hired based on donations to Donald T-RUMPS war chest and thats the truth.  DeVos, Carter, Dejoy, a whole slew of appointees were used to rid the government of whistleblowers with the help of McConnell the other crook.

  • Even his ambassadors are the least qualified in living memory.   As a result, America’s reputation worldwide has been sullied, we are facing unprecedented attacks on freedom of the press, election interference from a hostile foreign power has gone largely ignored by the administration, and we may be facing a constitutional crisis.

  • Those are not "great results." They are disastrous to our living democracy.  In the Axios interview, Kushner also defended Trump from accusations of racism, saying, "You can't not be a racist for 69 years and then run for President and be a Racist." This would be relevant if Trump hadn't been a racist for 69 years, but in fact he has spent significant time and money over the past several decades pushing his racist views.

  • Recall, for one consequential example (among many), the Justice Department's 1973 crackdown on Trump's real estate organization for screening rental applicants by race (Trump settled the case without admitting wrongdoing). Or Trump’s decision in 1989 to take out a newspaper ad pushing the death penalty after five African American teenagers were accused of rape in Central Park; they were later exonerated, but T-RUMP refused to accept it.

💀 He Knows More About The Khashoggi Murder Than He Lets On  —  

  • This was par for the course in the interview. When confronted with inconvenient information -- like the fact that Kushner's friend Saudi Prince Mohammed Bin Salman ordered, the CIA has concluded, the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was living in the United States — 

  • (LIES)  Kushner similarly hedged. (What is the administration waiting for to hold Mohammed Bin Salman accountable, he was asked? "I believe that there's a report that they're working on.”

  • He did the same on the question of whether he supports abortion rights: “ (LIES) here to enforce his (Trump's) positions. His position is the one that as a staffer in the White House will work to push.”)  There's an ongoing fiction that those around Trump are keeping this rig afloat, and that even if the President is small-minded and spends his days yelling at the television and tweeting, those around him are ably steering the ship.

  • The Kushner interview lays bare how false that is. Trump has put sycophants and loyal family members in influential positions over people who actually know what they're doing. The T-RUMP family idiots are the ones at the wheel.

  • We can't lose our ability to be shocked by how low this floor keeps dropping. And the influence of someone who is simultaneously profoundly clueless and ill-equipped for his job, and yet also self-admiring of his "outsider" status, is dangerous. 

  • Experience matters. Knowledge matters. Without it, we simply have a government of know-nothings — advising a President desperately in need of better angels whispering in his ear.  Actually a Walther PPK with a .380 hollow point would be a better idea and save the nation…

💀  He’s Dangerous To Others —  He is One Cold-Hearted Bastard —  

  • Add to the mix multiple power centers and an insecure, defensive son-in-law whose father was indicted by some of T-RUMPS legal Beagles now.  “Two people close to the transition also said a number of Trump’s most loyal campaign aides have been alarmed by Jared Kushner’s efforts to elbow aside anyone he perceives as a possible threat to his role as Trump’s chief consigliere.”

  • The picture DRAWN suggests an unhinged president, too many weak aides and an administration that cannot control itself, let alone coverage of its breakdowns. To repeat, nothing much of substance, certainly no major policy defeat, has yet occurred. One shudders to think what will happen when setbacks do occur.

  • Trump’s inability to acknowledge his own lack of support prompts him to seek refuge in “alternative facts” — to lie to himself and others. The Post reports, “Days after being sworn in, President Trump insisted to congressional leaders invited to a reception at the White House that he would have won the popular vote had it not been for millions of illegal votes … 

  • Two people familiar with the meeting said T-RUMP spent about 10 minutes at the start of the bipartisan gathering rehashing the campaign. He also told them that between 3 million and 5 million illegal votes caused him to lose the popular vote.” The obsession with replaying the election and concocting a phony excuse for losing the popular vote reminds us that despite mockery for constant lying, Trump cannot help himself. He lies because reality won’t conform to his narcissistic view of the world.

  • President Trump believes in Kushner’s talents so fiercely and unequivocally that he imagines him capable of out-maneuvering every foreign service officer at the State Department today and every bona-fide diplomat that has come before him.  he will screw up, he did and now talk of lying to Congress—  

  • The second explanation is that the POTUS is thinking about the matter more realistically, and after considering the historical trajectory of America’s quest for a viable Mideast peace deal, has come to the sensible conclusion that his own prospects for success during the next four to eight years range from slim to none. Because he has no real expectation of resolving the conflict during the course of his tenure, he’s decided to get strategic.  Send the son in law.

  • It now an established fact that Jared Kushner has a problem following instructions and producing documents as requested by Congress.  Another Trump humpless individual, can’t even pass a security test with good reason

👺 SUMMARY - Jared Kushner and Ivanka's 640 Million Dollars In Lies — 


  • Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump reported between $172 million and $640 million in outside income while working in the White House, according to an analysis of financial disclosures by CREW.  The are the junior grifters sharing the wealth.   It is impossible to tell the exact amount as the income is sometimes reported in broad ranges and cover four months of income before Ivanka Trump officially joined her father’s administration and nearly one month before Jared Kushner joined.

  • Both Kushner and Trump announced they would not take a salary while working for the government in an attempt to shut down nepotism concerns. While their supporters marked this as a public sacrifice, the massive amount of money they made on the side undercuts that argument, as government salaries would have been less than 1% of their income.  One major factor in their outside profits came from Ivanka Trump’s ownership stake in the Trump Hotel in DC, just blocks from the White House and the locus of influence peddling in the Trump administration. Before business slowed down due to the pandemic, the couple paid a combined 23 visits to the hotel. 

  • All told, Ivanka made more than $13 million from the hotel since 2017, dropping from about $4 million a year between 2017 and 2019 to about $1.5 million last year, at least in part due to the pandemic. On top of the drop in revenue, there’s an unexplained drop in the value of her ownership. Having previously claimed it to be worth between $5 million and $25 million, in her final disclosure she listed it as only worth $100,000 to $250,000. She did not report selling any of her ownership share in the hotel.

  • The hotel was far from Ivanka Trump’s only controversial source of income while working in the White House. In 2018, Ivanka announced she was shutting down her namesake brand, and she later filed a disclosure with the government that “[a]ll operations of the business ceased on July 31, 2018.” But we discovered that she still made up to $1 million from it in 2019 despite the fact that she claimed it no longer existed.

  • Just a month before her father was elected president, Russia renewed two trademarks for Ivanka Trump’s business. This would be the start of a pattern. In 2017, Ivanka’s business won preliminary approval for three Chinese trademarks on the same day that she dined with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago. In May 2018, Ivanka’s business was awarded “registration” approval from the Chinese government for five trademark applications, with an additional one getting “first trial approval.” 

  • The same week, President Trump announced he would try to save jobs at ZTE, the Chinese telecommunications giant closely tied to the government. A month later, Ivanka’s business got registration approval for three more Chinese trademarks, on the same day her father announced he’d lift sanctions against ZTE.

  • Ivanka’s business applied for Japanese trademarks the day after her father won the presidency. They were approved around the time of Mike Pence’s visit to Japan where he met with then-Prime Minister Abe. Ivanka also met with Abe, along with her father, about a week after her company applied for the trademarks. She won approval for additional Japanese trademarks in 2017.

  • In what would become the defining scandal of her time in office, in October 2018 Ivanka’s brand won 16 new trademarks from the Chinese government, including for voting machines. These approvals came about three months after Ivanka announced that her brand was shutting down, and mark the largest number of new Chinese trademarks she received in a single month during the Trump presidency. Six months after the company officially shut down, it received a new trademark to sell the Ivanka brand in Canada. In all, CREW found at least 28 foreign trademarks approved for Ivanka Trump while in the White House.

  • Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump should never have been allowed to work in the White House. The Department of Justice reversed decades of precedent to grant President Trump’s wish to have his children work in the White House.   While taking on enormous responsibilities that they were unqualified to carry out, and debasing their positions with constant ethics scandals, they likely made hundreds of millions of dollars from questionable sources. All that was waived off by the same nepotism that got them their jobs. Some “sacrifice.”

Kessler’s New Book —  Claiming his book contains many “juicy tidbits” about the White House, Kessler also said that Trump understands that Ivanka Trump and Kushner are “problems." 

In his book, Kessler writes: "In the end, Jared and Ivanka would push the most disastrous and foolish decisions of Trump's presidency —    

They had no understanding of the basic fundamentals of how government works, how a campaign works, how politics works. Most of all, they had no understanding of the political consequences of their actions.” 

Kessler told Tapper that the pair “ pushed the firing of Comey, which was disastrous," and were instrumental in the hiring of Anthony Scaramucci, the White House's former communications director, which Kessler called "the most absurd hire in the history of the White House." 

But Kessler said that although the President sees the two as "problems," it's unlikely that they, too, will leave the White House because firing family members would be an unusual move for T-RUMP.

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