President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and White House adviser, Jared Kushner, is registered to vote in two states. Election officials and voting records revealed that Kushner is registered in both New Jersey and New York, The Washington Post reported.
Trump has stated that being on the rolls in multiple states is suggestive of voter fraud.
Kushner’s voter status follows the news that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is registered to vote in Virginia and Rhode Island.
The White House has not released a statement commenting on this new finding.
Ivanka Trump posted a video to Instagram of Theodore Kushner, her son with Jared Kushner, crawling in the White House on Thursday.
“There were so many incredible milestones this past weekend — including one for baby Theodore who crawled for the very first time in the White House!” Ivanka said in the caption to the video.
Yesterday, Ivanka Trump let the world see baby Theodore’s new White House nursery.
On Tuesday, the White House issued a statement asking for privacy for President Donald Trump’s son, Barron Trump, after social media users made fun of him.
If one were to pick a hip-hop star to plug challah baking for a Jewish charity event, an obvious first choice would be Drake — the nice Canadian Jewish boy who went to day school and rapped about his bar mitzvah on “Saturday Night Live.”
But don’t underestimate how many celebrities love the taste of the Jewish bread.
In a short promotional video for the second Kids Mega Challah Bake — which looks to bring over 1,000 Jewish children from kindergarten through eighth grade together on the day of the Super Bowl to bake loaves that go to homeless shelters in New York City — the ’80s group Salt-N-Pepa give the Jewish culinary staple a lot of love.
Not surprisingly, they each have a different take: Salt (Cheryl James) wants to try using it in bread pudding and Pepa (Sandra Denton) likes to use it for French toast.
They aren’t the only celebrities involved in the challah campaign: “Beverly Hills, 90210” star Ian Ziering (who is Jewish) also made a short promotional video and former NFL player Sean James (who is not Jewish) will appear in a how-to-bake-challah video that will play at the event.
Progressive activists want Chuck Schumer to get serious about standing up to President Trump — and they want your help.
They’ve set up a toungue-in-cheek Amazon.com wedding registry to encourage members of the Democratic Party grassroots to buy gifts that might stiffen the Senate Majority Leader’s resolve.
“He’s the Democratic Senate leader, but he keeps voting to confirm Trump’s nominees, no matter how unqualified,” the description on the site reads, faulting the New York Senator for his votes in favor Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense James Mattis. “C’mon Chuck, show some spine. Here are some things that will help you grow one!”
The registry includes three books about courage, spine health supplements, a “Cowardly Lion” costume, a “liquid courage” liquor flask and a map and compass.
Schumer has riled some in the grassroots with his seeming willingness to compromise on Cabinet picks and policy matters like infrastructure with President Donald Trump. He’s got a reputation as less of a die-on-the-hill partisan and more of a dealmaker.
But who knows? Maybe these blandishments will help him find his inner trench fighter.
Michael Applebaum, Montreal’s first Jewish mayor, will learn today whether he will serve five years in prison on fraud charges.
The former mayor faces 14 charges of fraud against the government for extortion committed in 2007 and 2012. Applebaum was serving as borough mayor of Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
During the two-week trial in November, Hugo Tremblay, Applebaum’s former political aide and then chief of staff, testified that Applebaum instructed him to accept bribes from businessmen. Tremblay said he received money, amounting to $60,000, in cafes and cars. He explained that he hid the money in DVD boxes.
Quebec’s anti-corruption police, known as UPAC, arrested Applebaum in 2013, which ended Applebaum’s seven-month position as interim mayor of Montreal.
Tremblay said he was the only one who physically handled the bribe dealings.
Pierre Teasdale, Applebaum’s defense lawyer, argued that the judge cannot prove beyond a reason of a doubt that Applebaum is guilty. Tremblay is the only one able to connect Applebaum to the crimes and is receiving immunity for his testimony, which Teasdale said makes him an unreliable witness. Teasdale pointed out that during the three secretly recorded conversations between Applebaum and Tremblay, Appleaum did not implicate himself.
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