In Jared Kushner, Trump Finds Evidence of ‘Voter Fraud’ Close to Home
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.
This story "In Jared Kushner, Trump Finds Evidence of ‘Voter Fraud’ Close to Home" was written by Andrea Cantor.