Kushner disclosed additional assets in amended financial disclosure form: report

Kushner disclosed additional assets in amended financial disclosure form: report
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: WHCA picking non-comedian for headliner a 'good first step' Five takeaways from Mississippi's Senate debate Watergate’s John Dean: Nixon would tell Trump 'he's going too far' MORE’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerHillicon Valley: House Dems to investigate Ivanka Trump's email use | Trump calls controversy 'fake news' | Malware attributed to Russian hackers | Holiday cyber shopping tips | Group calls for Facebook whistleblowers Fox News contributor: ‘Unforgivable’ for Ivanka Trump to use private email after witnessing 2016 campaign Trump says Ivanka emails 'fake news' and unlike Clinton controversy MORE filed a new addendum to his personal financial disclosure form last month that reveals previously undisclosed business interests, according to a new report.

Talking Points Memo obtained a Jan. 3 letter from Kushner to White House deputy counsel Stefan Passantino that shows Kushner added new corporate positions to his disclosure form. In the letter, Kushner also discloses several LLCs that were part of previously reported assets.

The form also included new disclosures related to his wife Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpTrump: WHCA picking non-comedian for headliner a 'good first step' Senate Homeland Security chairman requests briefing on Ivanka Trump emails Gowdy requests info on Ivanka Trump's personal email use MORE’s stake in the ownership of Trump Old Post Office, LLC., according to the document obtained by TPM.


Kushner also disclosed new income from Calamos Convertible Opportunities and Income Fund, as well as a position he holds on the board of the Kushner family charitable trust.

The Office of Government Ethics approved Kushner’s letter five days after it was submitted, noting that Kushner was “in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.”

The additions come as Kushner faces new scrutiny over his financial disclosures.

Kushner has previously filed an amended version of his personal financial disclosure form. In July, he disclosed 77 assets that were “inadvertently omitted” from his original disclosure that included real estate, bonds and a personal art collection.

An update to Ivanka Trump’s financial disclosure report published Tuesday reveals that she and Kushner’s have taken on millions of dollars in new debt over the past year.

Kushner appears to have tapped three different lines of credit since he began working in the White House, according to Trump’s disclosure form.

The changes up the couple’s debts from a range of $19 million to $98 million to being valued at between $31 million and $155 million, according to Politico.

Bloomberg News reported Thursday that U.S. tax authorities have subpoenaed lenders and investors in real estate projects managed by Kushner’s family.