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Jared Kushner's hidden genius? To make terrible decisions - yet keep failing upwards | Arwa Mahdawi

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Donald Trump's son-in-law has decided to step away from politics and launch an investment firm. No doubt it will be a roaring success, whatever he does Having selflessly served the public for four long years, Jared Kushner has decided it's time to step away from politics and apply his unique talents elsewhere. According to mysterious sources said to be “ familiar with the plan ”, Kushner is preparing to launch a Miami-based investment firm called Affinity Partners. The exact nature of the firm is unclear; however, it will reportedly have an office in Israel, which will pursue investments...
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