Trump’s son-in-law & Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, has been in and out of headlines since Trump took office for all the wrong reasons. Between his family business and his presence at Don Jr.’s Trump Tower meeting – a meeting Steve Bannon just said is treasonous – Kushner seems to be on the hot seat, ready to crumble at any moment.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Kushner received a $285 million loan from Deutsche Bank one month before 2016 Election Day. When Deutsche Bank granted Kushner the loan in October 2016, he served as the chief executive of the Kushner Companies.
Here’s where Kushner made a suspicious move. He reportedly claimed between $5-$25 million of the Deutsche Bank loan on his financial disclosure form. Do the math; he missed the mark by hundreds of millions.
On Friday, the plot thickened when The New York Times published a report saying that federal prosecutors issued a subpoena to obtain Kushner’s records with Deutsche Bank. As of now, it is unclear whether the subpoena is linked to special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
A Kushner Companies spokesman responded to the reports, saying the Kushner Companies “has cooperated and will continue to cooperate with any reasonable request for information.”
Kushner has made more than a few errors on his government forms. What is he hiding?