Wunderkind Jared Kushner Named Senior Adviser To Trump!

 

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Jared Goes To Washington

Trump transition officials have confirmed that Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump’s son-in-law, will be named senior adviser to the president.

Kushner has been wildly successful in business and in his education.

Kushner has completed more than $13 billion in real estate transactions since 2007. Kushner has also overseen a portfolio consisting of more than 20,000 multifamily apartments and 12 million square feet of office, industrial and retail space in five states. Kushner serves as Chairman and Publisher of Observer Media, which he purchased in 2006. He graduated cum laude from Harvard University and holds MBA and JD degrees from New York University Stern School of Business and New York University School of Law.

Kushner played a key role in getting Donald Trump elected to the White House as well.

From Forbes:

“Jared Kushner is the biggest surprise of the 2016 election,” adds Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, who helped design the Clinton campaign’s technology system. “Best I can tell, he actually ran the campaign and did it with essentially no resources.”…

…from Ivanka Trump’s little-known husband to Donald Trump’s campaign savior happened gradually. In the early days of the scrappy campaign, it was all hands on deck, with Kushner helping research policy positions on tax and trade. But as the campaign gained steam, other players began using him as a trusted conduit to an erratic candidate. “I helped facilitate a lot of relationships that wouldn’t have happened otherwise,” Kushner says, adding that people felt safe speaking with him, without risk of leaks…

…By June the GOP nomination secured, Kushner took over all data-driven efforts. Within three weeks, in a nondescript building outside San Antonio, he had built what would become a 100-person data hub designed to unify fundraising, messaging and targeting…

Kushner structured the operation with a focus on maximizing the return for every dollar spent. “We played Moneyball, asking ourselves which states will get the best ROI for the electoral vote,” Kushner says. “I asked, How can we get Trump’s message to that consumer for the least amount of cost?”

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