Donald Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is a business partner with the investment firm Goldman Sachs, according to unearthed documents Kushner failed to disclose when he was given his White House job.
Kushner is an investor in Cadre, a tech startup, which the Wall Street Journal reports, “means the senior White House official is currently a business partner of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.”
The investment, along with loans from banks on properties that he owns, was not disclosed on Kushner’s financial disclosure form. Kushner also did not disclose his meetings with a Russian official, an act that some members of Congress have described as a possible felony.
The hidden documents add to the multiple conflicts of interest that Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, have brought to the White House, refusing — like Donald Trump — to put distance between their private financial interests and...