'Javanka': New book details perils of crossing White House power couple

Minnie Murray
March 16, 2019

The book, which is due out on 19 March, describes Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump as "entitled inheritors of the worst kind" and scolds them for their alleged use of the government in their business dealings.

As per the Guardian report, Tillerson also read negative "chatter" about himself in intelligence reports after Kushner "belittled" him to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Citing reporting from journalist Vicki Ward in her upcoming book about Trump's daughter, Ivanka, and her husband, Jared Kushner - titled "Kushner, Inc." - the New York Times shared this tidbit about a joke the current USA president once made to Patriots owner Robert Kraft about his daughter and quarterback Tom Brady.

Those familiar with the issue told the The New York Times that both Ivanka Trump and Kushner managed to outlast those intentions and that the president's determination for them to leave the White House has "come and gone in waves".

Corallo, who ultimately left his role on the president's legal team after only three months on the job, said Jared and Ivanka would frequently intrude on meetings between the president and his lawyers, raising complex legal concerns about attorney-client privilege.

Appearing to channel her father, she added, "That's not what he said".


The White House has chose to chime in on the crimes of Full House's Lori Loughlin, it what is inadvertently a massive burn on anybody named Trump or Jared Kushner.

The then-secretary of state "told Kushner that his interference had endangered the US", Ward reported in her book, a copy of which was obtained by The Guardian.

After delivering brief remarks with Prime Minister of Ireland Leo Varadkar, Trump answered many questions from the assembled press, with the exception of a tough one from NBC News White House Correspondent Kristen Welker.

"Thanks so much for the CD you sent me", Ivanka, the former vice president of the Trump Organization, which is doing business with India, reportedly told an Indian leader.

"Every point that Ms. Ward mentioned in what she called her "fact checking" stage was entirely false", Peter Mirijanian told ABC News on Tuesday.

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