According to a Tuesday report by Politico, the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has increased he and his wife’s debt by millions of dollars since joining the White House. He currently holds a senior position in the administration.
The debt comes from loans taken from three credit lines between last March and July.
Kushner’s initial financial filings, first made public last July, reported a debt range between $19 million and $98 million. The figures in Ivanka Trump’s filing previously mirrored her those in her husband’s, but recent revisions upped the range of their debt to be between $31 million to $155 million.
Separately, the three loans were each raised somewhere between $5 million to $25 million.
At the moment, it isn’t clear whether the loans are associated with the Kushner family’s real estate firm, which has recently been dealing with financial troubles as it tries to finance a few costly projects.