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Trump's son-in-law Kushner deal: the worst kind of corruption

Trump's son-in-law Kushner deal: the worst kind of corruption

Donald Trump appointed his son-in-law as Middle East envoy. After the end of his term, he collected large sums of money from Saudi Arabia.

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Jared Kushner has now begun projects in the Balkans with Trump's envoys there.

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During his time as an advisor to the president – Ivanka Trump's father-in-law – Jared Kushner became known for his close relationship with the Saudi dictatorship and especially with their leader Mohammed bin Salman, for which his investment company received $2 billion – more than 20 billion Swedish krona. – When Trump resigned, he did not tone down the criticism. Kushner also received large sums of money from the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

A new presidential election campaign is underway, with his father-in-law Donald Trump once again one of the candidates. Hence, Kushner is about to conclude another agreement with other countries. He says to himself: Albania and Serbia Bloomberg.

Building with Trump's envoy

The project revolves around rebuilding a former military base on Sazan Island and turning it into a luxury resort, while a peninsula will be built with hotels and several buildings in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, will be converted into a luxury hotel. The project is being implemented in cooperation with, among others, Rick Grenell, who was one of Trump's envoys to the Balkans during his presidency.

At this point in the election cycle, Jared Kushner should freeze all of his investment plans. Robert Weissman, who works on government corruption, told the New York Times that this particular plan appears to consist of the worst corrupt tendencies present in the Trump administration and his family.

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