Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner commercial income revealed

Ivanka Trump Jared Kushner Made Over $80 Million In 2017 Outside White House Roles Show Filings

Ivanka Trump Jared Kushner Made Over $80 Million In 2017 Outside White House Roles Show Filings

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the president's daughter and son-in-law, brought in at least $82 million in outside income while serving as senior White House advisers during 2017, according to new financial disclosure forms released Monday. White House officials are required to report their assets in broad ranges, making it impossible to discern whether Mr. Kushner, the. "As to the current filing which OGE also reviews, their net worth remains largely the same, with changes reflecting more the way the form requires disclosure than any substantial difference in assets or liabilities". Both Trump and Kushner have held positions in more than 200 companies and organizations.

Ivanka's hotel income of $3.9 million is up from last spring when she reported about $2.4 million in profits for the Washington property that has become a staple for those trying to curry favor with the Trump Administration since it opened in September 2016.

Trump and Kushner aren't the only White House staffers raking in the millions, however.

Her father was inaugurated on January 20, 2017, and Ivanka Trump officially joined the White House as an unpaid senior adviser in March 2017, after her initial attempts to serve as an informal adviser raised ethics questions.

The form shows Ivanka Trump also collected almost US$290,000 in advance payments for a 2017 book she wrote titled Women Who Work.

Kushner's financial forms show significant debts, according to Politico, which didn't report a total liability figure.

Between Kushner's business loans, his family's business ventures, and his failure to disclose his stakes in various companies, critics have expressed concern that his income is mixed up in ethical complications and potential conflicts of interest.

According to the disclosures, National security adviser John Bolton pulled in $2.2 million a year ago from organizations including Fox News, the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute, and the Gatestone Institute, an anti-Muslim think tank of which he previously served as chairman.

A different Post analysis also pointed out that around 90% of his real estate holdings were still under his control, though he sold his stake in 666 Fifth Avenue, the beleaguered midtown building for which he famously paid $1.8 billion at the height of the real estate bubble.

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