Broadside Books recently announced they’re set to publish Jared Kushner’s memoir later this summer. But Kushner doesn’t need a book deal. He needs an indictment.
Why? Six months after leaving the White House, Kushner secured a $2 BILLION investment from a fund led by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — over objections from the fund’s advisers and with little to show for it except influence peddling and corrupt networks.
We have to ask: Is this a potential kickback for Kushner’s past actions in the White House that benefited the Saudi government? Or is it a down payment on future favors should his father-in-law seek and win another four years in the Oval Office?
Either way, here’s the deal: If we want our public officials to act ethically, then we have to make sure Jared Kusher, and folks like him who have made corruption a part-time gig, face consequences for their actions. Kushner must face harder questions than what he'll get on a cushy summer book tour. That’s why we’re demanding the Department of Justice investigate Kushner NOW.