Kushner Does Not Reject “Birther” Conspiracy Theory About Kamala Harris

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White House senior adviser Jared Kushner did not outright reject a conspiracy theory his father-in-law, President Donald Trump, ignited about Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), who this week Democrat Joe Biden announced would be his running mate in this year’s race for the White House. The president had suggested that Harris may not “meet the requirements” to run for office, implying she is not a United States citizen. Harris was born and raised in California. read more

New Lincoln Project Ad Brands Jared Kushner “Secretary of Failure”

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The Lincoln Project has slammed Jared Kushner as “Secretary of Failure” in a new ad highlighting the Trump administration’s mishandling of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The conservative group campaigning to defeat President Donald Trump took aim at his son-in-law, who is also a senior White House official. The new doesn’t hold back, accusing Kushner of never meeting a problem he couldn’t “fuck up.” read more

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump Are Reportedly “Pissed” with Trump’s Campaign Manager over Tulsa Rally

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Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are “pissed” with Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale following her father’s poorly attended rally on Saturday.

President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law are angry with Parscale, according to sources close to the campaign. There has already been talk of Trump dropping his campaign manager. read more

Trump Worried Too Much Coronavirus Testing Would Panic the Stock Market

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Donald Trump was reluctant to do too much Coronavirus preparation in case it panicked the stock market, according to a new report. The markets have been volatile since the pandemic hit the U.S.

President Trump was concerned that doing too much to tackle Coronavirus could send the markets into a panic, according to the Financial Times. The newspaper quotes an unnamed administration source. read more