- Oct 26, 2016
- Reaction score
- Tampa Bay area
- Political Leaning
From what I have read, seen and heard, I do not like Jared Kushner. Besides coming off as very wimpy, very privileged, prone to lie and utterly self-serving, I despise his callousness regarding the murder of Khashoggi.
Jared has a really mixed record of failure and success in business and his personal life:
Requiring a $2.5 million donation from his ex-con father to get into the college of his choice;
Screwing up his financial disclosure form at least 39 times;
Registering to vote as a woman;
Paying $1.8 billion for an aging Midtown skyscraper on the eve of the financial crisis (the family company, Kushner Cos., was finally able to offload the thing, but that doesn’t change the fact that buying it was, as they say in the N.Y.C. real-estate business, “a dumb ****ing idea”);
Passing a crank call from a comedian pretending to be Senator Bob Menendez on to his father-in-law;
Becoming the pawn of not one but two princes;
Thinking that 1) he’s going to be the guy to bring peace to the Middle East, and that 2) the way to do so is by treating Palestinians like they’re tenants in one of his slumlord buildings; and
Ruining a New York City newspaper he bought with daddy’s money.