'Clinton Cash' Author: Kushner's Failure to Disclose Ties to Goldman Sachs, Soros Is 'Massive Problem'by JOHN HAYWARD
May. 04, 2017
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Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer addressed reports that President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner had an undisclosed business relationship with Goldman Sachs and billionaire left-wing financier George Soros on Wednesday's Breitbart News Daily.
"This is a company that not only is Jared Kushner an investor in, he co-founded in 2014," Schweizer noted. "So this is not some passive investment that one of his advisers said to put money into, and was forgotten about. He co-founded it. It's a real estate tech startup. Obviously it has a lot of ambitions. He's got a lot of money in it, and he failed to disclose it on his financial forms."
"That's a massive, massive problem. The whole purpose of disclosures – whether you are asking the Clintons to do it, Barack Obama to do it, Jared Kushner to do it, or Mitch McConnell to do it – is so the American people can know: who are they financially dependent on, who do they have ties to, who might have leverage over them?" Schweizer explained.
"The problem is that Jared Kushner's position in the White House, he is essentially the liaison with the business community. He's not in charge of protocol. He's not in charge of public outreach. He is basically the go-between with the business community, so he is ground zero for precisely the kinds of concerns and issues that one might have about very, very troubling financial transactions," he said.