John Bolton said Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump could convince President Trump to nominate a liberal to the Supreme Court if it would help them.
“The force is strong with this family,” Trump captioned the candid snapshot. Then Star Wars royalty stepped in.
Eight-year-old First Granddaughter Arabella Kushner recently had her first experience at Camp Morasha, an Orthodox Jewish summer camp.
House Oversight Committee chair said that his decision came “after six months of White House stonewalling.”
Trump looked out of place among the leaders, bumbling throughout the conversation by smiling and nodding.
He pointed to a homeless person to explain his dire financial situation.
She sidestepped a question about whether she agrees with her father’s statements that the Democratic Party has become “anti-Jewish.”
He also said she would be a great fit for United Nations ambassador, but if he were to nominate her, “they’d say nepotism.”
Kushner previously filed multiple versions of his background check form to receive a security clearance, which was denied but overruled by Trump.
A top data company that ranks celebrities’ marketability, confirms that Trump and Kushner are disliked, but for different reasons.