Jared Kushner Spoke Publicly for the First Time Since the Inauguration — And Twitter Had a Field Day
Since the Inauguration, despite the fact that President Trump has brought his son-in-law Jared Kushner into an advisory position in the White House, Kushner hasn't given the press much face-time.
And after rumors began to swirl that he was next in line to be investigated, Kushner finally spoke publicly on Monday:
And as soon as he opened his mouth, all hell broke loose. Kushner hinted that big news would be announced on Friday, but most people were more preoccupied with the fact that he was speaking at all:
Kushner is reportedly set to travel to Israel and Palestine, and, of course, people had opinions about that too:
Kushner is set to meet with both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in a follow-up to the visit made by President Trump just last month.