The Washington Examiner reports:
House Oversight Committee ranking member Jamie Raskin (D-MD) sent a letter to Chairman James Comer (R-KY) calling on him to compel Jared Kushner, the former president’s son-in-law, to produce documents related to his business ventures in Saudi Arabia. Last June, when Democrats controlled the House, the Oversight Committee launched an investigation into Kushner and his business dealings overseas, particularly with the Saudi sovereign wealth fund.
Just six months after he left the White House, Kushner’s investment firm, A Fin Management, or Affinity, reportedly received a $2 billion investment from the wealth fund, known as the Saudi Public Investment Fund, or PIF, which is closely aligned with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. At the time, the committee requested documents and communications between Kushner and Saudi officials, none of which Kushner produced.
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House Oversight Committee ranking member @RepRaskin sent a letter to Chairman @RepJamesComer calling on him to compel Jared Kushner, the former president’s son-in-law, to produce documents related to his business ventures in Saudi Arabia.https://t.co/Z3NnfM4Wyf
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