Will Jared Kushner Be In Trump’s White House?

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(TruthAndLiberty.com) – Jared Kushner, previously a key advisor to Donald Trump and also his son-in-law, has publicly stated his decision to decline any offer to join the White House should Trump be re-elected. Kushner, who played a significant role in Trump’s previous administration, has shifted his focus towards his investment firm, Affinity Partners, expressing a firm commitment to his investors, team, and business partners during an interview at the Axios BFD conference in Miami.

Reflecting on his past contributions, Kushner acknowledged the achievements made during his tenure in the Trump administration but emphasized his current dedication to his business endeavors over political engagement. Despite his previous involvement and the accomplishments he is proud of, Kushner conveyed his confidence in Trump’s ability to assemble a strong team for his 2024 campaign without his assistance.

Kushner reminisced about the rewarding experience of working within the Trump administration but highlighted the personal satisfaction he now finds in leading a more private life with his family in Florida. He praised the organization and the caliber of the team supporting Trump’s current campaign efforts, noting a marked improvement in professionalism and competence compared to the family-centric campaign of 2016.

Despite stepping back from a direct role in politics, Kushner expressed his support for Trump’s re-election, citing the positive impact Trump had on Middle East policies during his presidency. Kushner’s endorsement of Trump’s candidacy last October was based on the former president’s contributions to the region’s stability and progress.

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