Kushner updates financial disclosure after omitting dozens of assets: report

Kushner updates financial disclosure after omitting dozens of assets: report

White House senior adviser and President Trump’s son-in-law Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerKushner lands book deal, slated for release in 2022 The Israel-Hamas ceasefire is holding — what's next? Eric Trump buys .2M home near father's golf club in Florida MORE filed an amended version of his personal financial disclosure form on Friday that showed his initial filing omitted dozens of additional assets, according to a new report.

Kushner’s new disclosure includes 77 assets that were “inadvertently omitted” from Kushner’s original disclosure and include real estate, bonds and a personal art collection, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The refiled form also adds details about Kushner’s real estate assets that were included on his original disclosure form filed in March.


One of the disclosures Kushner omitted was a business relationship with Goldman Sachs and billionaires George Soros and Peter Thiel, also an informal Trump adviser. The three worked together on a real-estate tech startup that was revealed in May.

Kushner founded the startup with his brother, Joshua, and another friend in 2014, but only included the investment in the startup on the newest disclosure form.

Kushner’s lawyer told the newspaper that the omission of that investment was due to “an administrative error” at Kushner Companies, and earlier this year said it was “very normal” for financial disclosures to be revised with the Office of Government Ethics.

The revised financial disclosure comes shortly after Kushner updated his security clearance disclosure form to include more than 100 names of foreign contacts he’s held meetings with but did not previously disclose.

Kushner reportedly updated his security clearance forms three times with additional names of foreign contacts, according to The New York Times.