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President Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner has reportedly requested more intelligence information than almost every other White House official.
The Washington Post reports that Kushner, whose portfolio encompasses issues ranging from the Middle East peace process to modernizing the federal government’s use of technology, has put in more requests for U.S. intelligence information than any White House staffer not working for the National Security Council.
He is one of reportedly dozens of White House officials who have been operating with temporary clearances during Trump’s first year in office, and his clearance could be in jeopardy following chief of staff John Kelly’s changes to the clearance process, the Post said.
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: aethertek
Well, if he is in debt that's rather interesting.
originally posted by: aethertek
originally posted by: JosephKnecht
a reply to: aethertek
They aren't paying squat for the secrets.
I have zero doubt that the Israeli lobbyists are running the country via Kushner through Trump why pay for secrets when they get them for free?
This was obvious from the beginning, people were too caught up in the theatrics to catch it. The Israeli lobbyists are running another administration, sucks don't it?
Wrong site for that,,,Der Stormer iz zat vay---->
During the transition, Kushner met with a range of foreign officials to discuss the incoming Administration.
At the same time, as the head of his family’s business, he was urgently seeking an infusion of cash to repay a debt totalling hundreds of millions of dollars.
Demand for office space had fallen short, and he was hunting for investors, in Asia and the Middle East, among other places, to shore up the building’s finances.
In December, U.S. intelligence agencies briefed a wider circle of officials, saying that “a member of the president’s family” was being targeted by a Chinese influence operation, echoing earlier warnings.
It was not clear if that family member was Kushner or someone else.
This month, it emerged that the Securities and Exchange Commission and federal prosecutors in the Eastern District of New York had issued subpoenas to the Kushner Companies, for details about its use of the EB-5 visa program.