Kushner 'inadvertently omitted' 77 assets in financial disclosure form

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 24, 2017

Welcome to the Oldest Political News Web Site on The Internet. Instead, Kushner sold off a number of its assets, including an investment in an Argentine venture capital firm; a stake in FabFitFun, a beauty and wellness subscription company; and dozens of government and corporate bonds, the documents show. The form also shows that Kushner has divested 116 assets, and is in the process of selling four more.

In the amended disclosure, Kushner also noted that he has a $5 million to $25 million stake in a holding company that owns his real estate tech startup that he and his brother founded.

Gorelick also said that Trump's financial disclosure is still not certified since she filed it at a later time. She also recently earned $13.5 million since previous year from her many businesses.

The new disclosure shows Mr. Kushner and Ms. Trump collectively hold between $206 million and $760 million in assets. The couple stepped down from running their companies and left behind their lavish Manhattan apartment to move their three small children to Washington earlier this year.

Gorelick also said that both Kushner and Trump have followed the needed steps to become federal officials. He further added that it was "very normal" for financial disclosures to be revised.

"Ivanka's financial disclosure form is still in the pre-certification stage, as she began the process later, but discussions with O.G.E. are proceeding in the ordinary course".

"The way we ran it.is that the general direction to all nominees is tell us what we ask for now". It's nearly like we came up with all those nepotism laws and the emoluments clause for a reason.

Trump transitioned from a private individual to a federal official after she announced that she would take on a role at the #White House, which is not paid, Time reported. That included salary and severance from the Trump Organization of $2.5 million, another $2.4 million in hotel- related revenue, and a $787,500 advance from Penguin Random House for her 2017 book, "Women Who Work". Her filing notes that the fixed payments were necessary to reduce her interest in the performance of the businesses.

They resigned from many of their corporate positions.

In recent months, Kushner also has updated a national security questionnaire in which he had failed to disclose more than 100 calls or meetings with representatives from foreign countries - and he is scheduled to appear Monday at a closed-door meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The assets she reported amounted to at least $66 million. While they have no say in the day-to-day operations of any of the companies, they still profit off of them.

Representatives of the Kushner Cos. did not immediately respond for comment.

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