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Jared Kushner Made More Mistakes In Disclosure Forms

Jared Kushner’s latest filing of a routine financial disclosure form contained mistakes — despite the fact that it’s been updated 40 times since March 2017, ProPublica reported.

The form, an ethics form meant to disclose the finances of White House staff members, contained false information about two loans Kushner Companies made to downtown Brooklyn properties.

The way it was listed on the form, the company received more money in interest from the loans than the actual value of the loans themselves. A representative for Kushner Companies confirmed the mistakes.

A previous form Kushner submitted — his security clearance application — also famously had a high number of mistakes and omissions.

“I have never seen that level of mistakes,” Charles Phalen, the head of the National Background Investigations Bureau, said about Kushner’s application.

Contact Ari Feldman at [email protected] or on Twitter @aefeldman


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