Jared Kushner Won’t Return to WH If Trump Wins

Jared Kushner, the former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, stated on Tuesday, February 13, that he has no plans to return to the White House should Trump secure victory in the upcoming November election. Instead, he affirmed his commitment to concentrating on his investment firm, Affinity Partners.

Kushner looked back on his previous engagement, recalling his contributions to the campaign and subsequent tenure in the administration, highlighting significant achievements attained during that period. Nonetheless, he reaffirmed his choice to distance himself from the political sphere, underscoring his wish to prioritize family life in Florida and channel his energies into Affinity Partners.

During an interview, Kushner commended the present Trump campaign team and conveyed trust in their capabilities. He proposed that Trump would assemble an even more formidable team if granted another term, indicating his ongoing endorsement of the former president.

Ivanka Trump, Kushner’s spouse, had previously declared her withdrawal from her father’s campaign and any prospective White House engagements, citing family commitments. This mirrored Kushner’s choice, as both distanced themselves from politics despite their prior positions as unpaid White House advisors.

Throughout his time in office, Kushner managed a broad array of duties, encompassing diplomatic initiatives in the Middle East, trade dealings with Mexico, and reforms in criminal justice. Despite the ethical inquiries surrounding their positions, the departure of Kushner and Ivanka from the White House signaled a pivot towards their personal ventures.

Affinity Partners, the investment firm founded by Kushner in 2021, has attracted considerable interest, obtaining substantial investments and commitments. Despite initial doubts stemming from Kushner’s relatively limited background in private equity, the firm has purportedly accumulated billions in commitments.

Nonetheless, Kushner’s commercial transactions have faced significant scrutiny, especially concerning his connections with foreign entities. A purported $2 billion investment from a Saudi fund overseen by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman stirred controversy, prompting inquiries into potential conflicts of interest.

Although Kushner currently denies any intention to resume activities in Washington, he acknowledges the unpredictable nature of life, leaving room for the possibility of altering his plans in the future.




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