Jared Kushner wants a ‘simpler’ relationship with father-in-law Trump and ‘dropped out’ of politics to focus on his book
- Jared Kushner has ‘mostly dropped out’ of politics as he attempts to distance himself from Donald Trump’s political
- A New York Times report says Kushner wants to establish a ‘simpler’ and more familial-centered relationship with his father-in-law
- Since Trump left office in January, Kushner, 40, and wife Ivanka Trump, 39, moved down to Miami with their three children
- Kushner is working on a book
Jared Kushner is stepping back from politics and trying to establish a ‘simpler’ relationship with father-in-law Donald Trump, a Saturday report revealed.
The former senior adviser to Trump told a small circle of advisers around the former president, according to The New York Times, that he wants to focus on writing his book.
Those people told the Times that Kushner wants to end his professional relationship with Trump and instead just be his son-in-law.
Kushner, who is Jewish, oversaw Trump’s 2020 campaign and served as a senior adviser when Trump was president, specifically focusing on peace talks in the Middle East and helping with Israeli relations in the region.
However, Kushner, who is married to Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka, has mostly dropped out of his father-in-law’s political career.
Jared Kushner has ‘mostly dropped out’ of politics as he attempts to distance himself from Donald Trump’s political life and establish a ‘simpler’ relationship with his father-in-law
Since Trump left office in January, Kushner, 40, and wife Ivanka Trump, 39, moved down to Miami with their three children. Kushner is working on a book
Ivanka, 39, and Jared, 40, share three children, Joseph, 7, Theodore, 5, and Arabella, 9.
Previously Kushner was viewed as the most politically involved family member with his role in the administration and campaign, but the former president’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. has now stepped into that role.
The latest Times report follows March reporting where several sources claimed Kushner was
Tapped out’ from the political world – especially as Trump reemerged onto the political scene.
Trump spoke publicly for the first time after leaving office during the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida at the end of February.
He spoke for the second time on Saturday in Greenville, North Carolina at a GOP conference where he stopped short of announcing a presidential bid in 2024.
The former president has said he will wait until after the 2022 midterms to make an official announcement on next steps.
Kushner was one of his most high-profile and trusted advisers to Trump in his four years as president.
During a roundtable on police reform, Trump called Kushner ‘my star.’
Since Trump left the White House in early January, Kushner and Ivanka have kept a rather low profile.
Jared, Ivanka and their kids – along with Charles and Seryl Kushner, return from a day of boating in Miami on March 7, 2021
The couple moved down to Florida, just like Trump did, following their departure from Washington, D.C., where they rented a home in upscale neighborhood of Kalorama for $15,000 per month.
That Northwest home hit the market after they left for $18,000 per month.
The two are now renting a Miami beach condo following their purchase of a $32 million plot of land on Indian Creek, a private island in Miami-Dade County.
Jared is working on a book, it is unclear what remains for the future for the couple other than a new home in Miami.