Opinion | How Jared Kushner Proved His Critics Wrong
7 days ago - By Politico
Over the past several years, a new certainty was added to death and taxes: Jared Kushner would fail in his role as the administration's Middle East point man.
It caused considerable merriment among President Donald Trump's critics when he put his son-in-law in charge of brokering peace in the Middle East at the outset of his administration.
It was assumed to be ridiculous that Trump had tapped the 39-year-old Kushner, not a diplomat or an expert in the region, for this role and assumed that everything he did afterward was ridiculous, if not nefarious.
Rarely has so much mockery been...
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