Jared Kushner’s Jared Kushner, Ass Kissing and Defending Murder Is About To Be Atonement

One thing that you certainly realize a little bit is that as a senior adviser to the president of the United States, Jared Kushner was very bad at his job. The prolonged government shutdown on the wall? Kushner’s fault. Is the Middle East peace plan described as a “Monty Python sketch of Israeli-Palestinian peace initiatives”? It’s our boy again. Medical experts cut out of the government’s pandemic response and remove nationwide testing because the virus mainly affects Democratic states? Wherever you look, you will find a Kush.

There’s one thing Ivanka Trumphusband of to be good, however, and it has become familiar to authoritarians and excuses for their horrendous human rights abuses. In particular, Kushner is a huge fan of the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. Mohammed bin Salman, the then president’s son-in-law reported regular messaging via WhatsApp and spoke out in defense even though US intelligence agencies identify this guy approved the killing of Saudi dissident (and US resident) Jamal Khashoggi. (Kushner, based on NS New York Times, urge Donald Trump “siding with the prince” and arguing that the whole grisly murder will soon be over.)

And now, it looks like the Boy Prince of New Jersey’s loyalty is about to pay off! Follow Times:

In a move that has caught the attention of diplomats, investors and ethics watchdogs, Mr Kushner is trying to raise money from the Persian Gulf states for a new investment firm run by him. founded.… Qatar, whose leaders see Mr. Kushner as a rival in the administration, refused to invest in its company, said a person familiar with those conversations. So do the Emirate’s sovereign wealth funds; According to a person familiar with the discussions, the Emirati rulers saw Mr Kushner as an ally but questioned his business record.

But the Saudis are more concerned, according to four people briefed on their continued negotiations. The kingdom’s $450 billion public fund is in talks with Mr. Kushner about what could prove to be a major investment in his new company, two of them said.… According to an acquaintance. Depending on the company’s plan, Mr. Kushner hopes to raise a small amount of billions of dollars early next year.

That’s not special! Nothing says, “thanks for helping us out after we brutally murdered that guy,” like a nice big check for your dubious-sounding hedge fund. person! And, in fairness to Kush, he really went all out for this sketchy-sounding deal.

In the first three months after Mr. Trump took office, Mr. Kushner flexed the process of preparing a private meal with the president at the White House for Crown Prince Mohammed – in a format normally reserved for heads of state – although the crown prince has not been appointed as the successor to the throne held by his father, King Salman.

That spring, just a few months later, Mr. Kushner successfully pushed for his wife to make her first international trip to a summit in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, where the president was photographed. Take part in a traditional sword dance. Around the same time, Kushner personally helped negotiate a 10-year deal for Saudi Arabia to buy more than $110 billion in US weapons. Crown Prince Mohammed was made crown prince in June. After Khashoggi’s murder, Mr. Kushner protected Crown Prince Mohammed in the White House, despite intelligence reports suggesting he was involved in a plan to execute the journalist.

In a move widely interpreted as an attempt to protect the prince, Mr. Trump kept those reports private throughout his term. This year they were not sealed by chairperson [Joe] Biden, who called Saudi Arabia “pariah” and adopted a much colder kingdom approach than his predecessor.

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ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: clarefora@interreviewed.com.

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