More trouble is heading Jared Kushner’s way. Bloomberg reported that the companies of Donald Trump’s son-in-law have been subpoenaed by the IRS for information regarding their lenders and investments.
Details of the investigation have not been released, but what is known is that this has nothing to do with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump administration, meaning Kushner is in another world of trouble.
Kushner has yet to receive a security clearance to work at the White House but is still looking at private documents. Now, he’s forming part of a completely separate investigation. He’s being investigated for potential treason and being involved in a potential fraud of some kind with his financial dealings.
And to add more fuel to the fire, we learned last week that Ivanka’s personal debt since they came to the White House has increased by $155 million.
The Kushner family finances are not adding up and the IRS is hoping to find out what’s going on through their investigation.