Report: Kushner didn’t disclose investment in startup with Goldman Sachs, Soros links

Report: Kushner didn’t disclose investment in startup with Goldman Sachs, Soros links
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Senior White House adviser Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerGeorge Will charges that Trump colluded with Putin DNC claims Secret Service blocked attempt to deliver lawsuit against Kushner On The Money: US files complaints at WTO | House leaders get deal to boost biz investment | Mnuchin says US will consider Iran sanctions waivers | FCC deals blow to Sinclair-Tribune merger MORE failed to disclose his stake in a real-estate startup with ties to Goldman Sachs and billionaire investor George Soros, according to a new report in The Wall Street Journal.

Kushner, who is President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump warns Iran's Rouhani: Threaten us 'and you will suffer' Pompeo: Iran's leaders resemble the mafia NYT's Haberman: Trump 'often tells the truth' MORE’s son-in-law, also did not disclose loans on several properties that total more than $1 billion, the Journal reported.

The investment in the startup Cadre makes Kushner a partner with Goldman Sachs.

An attorney for Kushner told the newspaper that he disclosed his ties to BFPS Ventures LLC, which includes Cadre, though his forms did not specifically mention the startup.

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The attorney said a revised disclosure will include the stake in Cadre once officials approve the form. Kushner founded the startup with his brother, Joshua, and another friend in 2014. George Soros, known for his Democratic fundraising, is another Cadre investor.

The disclosures also show that Kushner has ties to multiple foreign banks.

Kushner in early January stepped down as CEO of his family’s business, Kushner Companies, before becoming a senior adviser to the president.