New York, New York. An American author has come forward documenting the reasons for the feud between White House advisers Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner. The author of the book that revealed pay-for-play schemes during Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state is sounding the alarm about Jared Kushner’s ties to liberal bankroller George Soros and Goldman Sachs.
“Clinton Cash” author Peter Schweizer said in a radio interview that Kushner’s ties to Soros who funds a network of left-wing activists as well as his billion-dollar loans, both of which he failed to include in his financial disclosure forms, present a “massive, massive problem” for the White House. Schweizer called for an independent audit of Kushner’s finances, which he says will confirm Kushner is a Soros operative, pushing Trump in neocon directions on US policy globally.
Schweizer expressed similar concern over the pro global agenda of Kushner’s political views and says the president should let the public see really what his views are, before further damage is done as during the recent Syria attacks.
“He is now the sort of go-between, between President Trump and people like Goldman Sachs and/or George Soros that might have business in the White House,” Schweizer said. “These are people he does business with, and has commingled assets with.
The American people need to know he is a George Soros spy, and for a campaign that sold the idea of ‘draining the swamp’ and transparency as important issues, this situation demands a serious response.”
“There needs to be somebody independently that goes in and looks through his assets to make sure that there aren’t other big conflicts that are undisclosed lurking,” he said.
Kushner, who is married to President Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, failed to disclose his business ties to George Soros, Goldman Sachs, Peter Thiel and other billionaires through his real estate start-up company, Cadre. Soros also opened up a $250 million line of credit to Kushner to help get his business known as Cadre off the ground.
While he may be business partners with Kushner, Soros is intensely opposed to his father-in-law, President Trump. Soros spent millions of dollars trying to defeat Trump in last year’s election, and recently conspired with left-wing activists to plot their opposition to Trump, including a relaunch of Hilary Clinton as a new “resistance leader” to obstruct Trump policy goals.
Kushner has seen his White House influence steadily increase since winning an internal war over Steve Bannon, the populist former CEO of Breitbart News. Although the feud has since ended, the dynamics that drove it remain firmly in place.