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Trumping a Visa

Kushner family exposed for promoting their links to the Trump presidency to flog flats (with visas) to Chinese investors

 

Yesterday, The Washington Post, in revealing that the Kushner family are hawking properties complete with investor visas, illustrated yet another appalling example of what is fast becoming the shadiest presidential dynasty in history.

 

According to the paper, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner’s sister, Nicole Kushner Meyer, was in Beijing on Saturday to promote a New Jersey apartment complex named Kushner 1 to “a ballroom full of wealthy Chinese investors”. The event, which had been promoted with a brochure tagged: “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States”.

 

Of the way in which the Kushner family behaved, Richard Painter, former chief White House ethics lawyer in President George W. Bush’s administration remarked:

 

It’s incredibly stupid and highly inappropriate. They clearly imply that the Kushners are going to make sure you get your visa… They’re [Chinese applicants] not going to take a chance. Of course they’re going to want to invest”.

 

Unsurprisingly, journalists found themselves evicted from the shindig. The Kushners’ reasoning? “The presence of foreign reporters threatened the ‘stability’ of the event. This is not the story we want”.

 

Pictured above (left to right): Nicole Kushner Meyer, Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump Kushner and Donald Trump.

 

Trumping a Visa – Jared Kushner’s family exposed for promoting their links to the Trump presidency to flog flats (with visas) to Chinese investors by The Washington Post – Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump Kushner, Donald Trump, Nicole Kushner Meyer, Kushner 1, China.

Comments

5 comments on “Trumping a Visa”

  1. This for sure will make America great again!!!!!! Also Ms May should introduce the visa for flats in the U.K. too to also make Britain great again to!!!!

  2. More overtly sickening behaviour.
    It’s absolutely amazing that they can get away with things like this.
    I really hope it ends and there’s some sort of reform to stop blatant favouritism. Friends and family discounts/deals should not be allowed within USA politics. After all, I’m sure they don’t want to come across as corrupt.

  3. I move from London to New York 1962 and even in those days if you had $ 40 000 00 to invest you could get a green card, so this has nothing to do with special treatment or a particular President and family.

  4. Well, quite, Matthew, well-noted. Telling investors they can get a green card if they invest in a Kushner real estate deal and when their in-law is POTUS speaks to ME of conflict of interest.
    One could also speculate, however wrongly (yeah right), that their closeness to POTUS will give investors special consideration.

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