Jared Kushner doesn’t bring Trump down with White House book revelations

Donald Trump apparently doesn’t have to worry about the damning revelations in an upcoming book by his son-in-law and former White House adviser.

Instead, the former president can probably relax about Jared Kushner’s summer exit. Breaking History: A White House Memoir. The book, slated for release on August 9, will not be used to “settle scores” of any kind, but will “give a genuine insider’s account of the story”, publisher Broadside Books said, according to The hill. It will be a stark contrast to other books by former Trump associates, which haven’t exactly put the former president or his administration in the best light.

Kushner, who is married to Trump’s daughter Ivanka, was considered one of the president’s closest and most trusted advisers and had an “extensive portfolio”, according to The hill, which encompasses both domestic and foreign issues. They understood the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and he was significantly involved in creating the Abraham Accords, in which Arab states such as the United Arab Emirates normalized their relations with Israel.

Jared Kushner’s new memoir is slated for release in August, but don’t expect a settling of scores, the publisher says. Above, Kushner, a former senior adviser to his father-in-law, Donald Trump, in the White House briefing room on September 4, 2020.
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“His memoir is his account of the most stunning presidential campaigns in history, Russia’s high-stakes impeachment inquiry and trial, and the existential crises of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the statement said. ‘editor.

Other former members of the Trump administration have not been so kind. Stephanie Grisham, a former White House press secretary, has released her book, I will answer your questions now, late last year and painted a less than rosy picture of the Trump White House.

She accused the former president of appearing to speak harshly to Russian President Vladimir Putin only for the cameras and described “occasional dishonesty” that “filtered through the White House as if it were in the air conditioning system”.

Cliff Sims, a former White House communications aide to Trump, has published a book titled Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House. He wrote that the administration was “completely out of control” and that those closest to the former president were scrambling to achieve their own agendas.

Inside ABC reporter Jon Karl Betrayal: The Final Act of The Trump Show, Trump’s former attorney general William Barr slams the former president’s continued insistence on widespread voter fraud in 2020 as “all bulls**t.”

Barr also attacked the White House’s legal efforts to overturn the election results, calling it a “clown show” and noting that “no self-respecting lawyer comes close. It’s just a joke.”

News of Kushner’s upcoming book comes after Trump’s former senior adviser came under fire last month for learning that his new investment firm, Affinity Partners, had received a $2 billion investment from a fund led by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman shortly after Kushner’s departure. the White House.

Newsweek has reached out to representatives for Kushner, Trump and Broadside Books for comment.

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