Jared Kushner is writing the “definitive” book on the Trump administration, ie fiction

After Donald Trump, one of the most hated people associated with the last presidential administration is his son-in-law, Jared Kushner. It probably has something to do with the fact that Kushner literally had nothing to do as a senior adviser to the President of the United States in the first place, yet had a role in many issues affecting the lives of millions of people. Americans, most of whom he royally botched. Take, for example, COVID-19. You remember all that, right? In mid-March 2020, just as the World Health Organization declared a pandemic, Kushner was still insisting the virus was not a ‘health reality’. A month later, he decided to exclude doctors and scientists from the government’s response before declaring at the end of April: “We are on the other side of the medical side of this”, and adding: ” It is a great achievement. (Note that 58,000 people in the United States had already died, and hundreds of thousands more are on their way.) Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the first-in-law apparently was not interested in finding a solution to the public health crisis because, at the time, “the virus mainly ravaged the cities of the blue states”. As he reportedly – and later denied – at a White House meeting regarding the spiraling situation in New York City, “People are going to suffer and this is their problem.”

So you can sort of understand why no one would ever want to hear from this guy again, and yet someone is actually paying Kushner not only to share his thoughts, but to get them out widely. Speak Associated press:

Kushner, former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and one of his top advisers during his administration, has a book deal. Broadside Books, a conservative imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, has announced that Kushner’s book will be released in early 2022. Kushner has started working on the memoir, currently untitled, and is expected to write on everything from the Middle East to reform of the criminal justice through the pandemic. “His book will be the definitive, in-depth account of the administration – and the truth about what happened behind closed doors,” Broadside announced Tuesday. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Kushner was often at the center of the Trump administration’s policies – whether negotiating the normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco – the so-called Abraham Accords – or to play a key role in a criminal justice bill passed by Congress in 2018. It has also been the subject of much controversy, whether for its financial transactions and potential conflicts of interest or for the management widely criticized by the administration of COVID-19. In April 2020, less than two months after the start of the pandemic, Kushner… dismissed the “Eternal Lockdown Crowd” and also said: “I think you’ll see by June that much of the country is expected to return. to normal and the hope is that in July the country will vibrate again.

Since Kushner, like the Trumps, is not the self-reflective type and is unlikely to write a book called Here are all the ways that I got high, many key moments will likely be overlooked. As we noted when news of his authoring aspirations first surfaced, we can probably assume he won’t mention:

  • The fact that a former volunteer of his COVID-19 working group described the administration’s response to the pandemic as being “like a family office meets organized crime, merged with Lord of the Flies
  • This oopsy on the prediction of the “return” of April 2020
  • The fact that the White House publicly declared in October that it was no longer trying to “control” the pandemic
  • That Trump left office with a body count of 400,000 people
  • How his Middle East “peace” agreements made “little mention of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict”
  • His statement on Fox News, regarding the black community, that “President Trump’s policies are the policies that can help people get out of the issues they complain about, but he can’t want them to be more successful than they are. do not wish. be successful.”
  • Her stepfather’s attempts to overturn free and fair election results, up to and including incitement to violent insurgency

And speaking of Kushner’s stepfather: in rare good news, it seems no one wants to touch his memory with a 10,000 foot pole.

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