Jewish words are hard. Jewish names are sometimes harder.
“Manafort and Pres Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kosher met with Veselnitska,” read the Fox and Friends chyron the morning of July 12.
Jonathan Levine, senior editor of Mediaite, pointed this gaffe out in a shared tweet the same morning:
“Jared Kosher” pic.twitter.com/VqFXkQNczR— Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) July 12, 2017
For those curious, Jared Kushner’s Ashkenazi last name comes from the German/Belorussian word for furrier (Kürschner/кушнер) — a person who prepares or deals in furs.