Kushner makes additional mistakes on financial disclosure

Kushner makes additional mistakes on financial disclosure
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White House adviser Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerDemocrat calls for investigation of possible 'inappropriate influence' by Trump in border wall contract Judge temporarily halts construction of a private border wall in Texas Mueller witness linked to Trump charged in scheme to illegally funnel money to Clinton campaign MORE has made additional mistakes on his financial ethics disclosure forms, this time regarding two loans for properties in Brooklyn. 

A representative for Kushner — President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump says he will 'temporarily hold off' on declaring Mexican drug cartels as terror organization House Judiciary Committee formally receives impeachment report Artist behind gold toilet offered to Trump sells banana duct-taped to a wall for 0,000 MORE's son-in-law — told ProPublica that the real value of the loans were just a small portion of the possible $1 million in interest shown on the forms, citing data entry mistakes. 

Kushner Companies, Kushner's family real-estate business, has reportedly been subpoenaed for information on the loans, given to developers for projects on 215 Moore St. and 9 DeKalb Ave. 

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According to ProPublica, Kushner's forms have been updated more than 40 times. Kushner's spokesperson said the forms will be revised once again by the next filing deadline. 

"Any small amount of mistakes that may have been made, amongst the hundreds of filings, were obviously unintentional and remedied as soon as identified," the company told the New York Daily News

Kushner has had to make repeated changes to his disclosure forms for the Office of Government Ethics, revealing additional business interests and holdings related to his family's real estate empire. 

By February, Kushner had revealed more than $10 million in previously undisclosed holdings in updates to his forms, filed alongside his wife, Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpWhite House, Congress near deal to give 12 weeks paid parental leave to all federal workers Lawmakers introduce bipartisan bill to allow new parents to advance tax credits Jane Fonda says she feels 'sad' for Trump MORE