Jared Kushner Speaks Out on Future in White House

(IntegrityPress.org) – Jared Kushner, former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, has stated that he would not consider rejoining the Trump administration even if the former president wins the election. At an Axios event in Miami on Tuesday, February 13, Kushner underlined his dedication to Affinity Partners, the private equity firm he established in 2021. He said that for the foreseeable future he only sees himself dealing with matters more related to business than politics.

During Trump’s presidency, Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump served as key advisers for the administration, with Kushner contributing a lot of effort to the Abraham Accords in 2020. The accords helped Israel stabilize its relations with many Arab countries. After Trump lost to Joe Biden in the 2020 elections, Kushner and Ivanka relocated to the Miami area, where Kushner began to delve into private equity projects. This included successfully raising over $2 billion from the Saudi Arabian government’s Public Investment Fund.

Kushner expressed admiration for Trump’s current campaign team, stating that its members are some of the best and smartest people he has ever met. When reflecting on the previous campaign in 2020, he noted Trump’s current popularity and his appeal as an outsider.

Kushner believes that Trump’s status as an “outsider” is a positive trait and that it will help him secure the presidency in 2024. He explained that precisely because he is considered an outsider, he is only a Republican by label, which makes him unique.

Regarding Trump’s current standing, a Bloomberg News/Morning Consult poll from last month indicated a growing lead for Trump over Biden in seven swing states. Kushner’s move away from politics may not be a big loss for Trump, as not only is he leading the polls, but is also set to fully take control of the Republican National Committee (RNC).

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