Book Reveals How Trump Used Tom Brady to Insult Son-In-Law Jared Kushner

Frederick Owens
March 14, 2019

Yeah, they're hella dumb, but those who work in White Houses should not throw stones.

According to the report, the book said the couple sought to "control who could travel on trips funded by the State Department" and that Ivanka Trump frequently requested access to Air Force planes "when it was not appropriate".

Ward revealed clashes between Kushner and Ivanka Trump with high-profile aides in the Trump administration.

"You've got to be insane", Cohn told Kushner in the presence of others, according to Ward's account.

"My dad's not a racist", she reportedly told Cohn, "He didn't mean any of it. ..."

The Kushner family's tower was eventually refinanced by Qatari-backed investors.

Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly blamed Kushner for Trump's endorsement of a blockade of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, and told him that "his interference had endangered the USA".

"[They're] the type of people who, if you don't pretty much indicate quickly that you're happy to shove your head up their ass, you're immediately a threat", the source explained. Ivanka Trump's team was labeled Habi - "home of all bad ideas".

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Ivanka Trump was reported to want to establish a Trump dynasty to rival the Kennedy or Bush families and that includes becoming president herself.

"That's not what he said", she allegedly insisted.

The excerpt, obtained by Axios, states that Cohn's aide, who apparently had an office on the second floor of the West Wing, noticed a document on his printer sometime in early May 2017.

Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly lashed out at Kushner, telling him "that his interference had endangered the USA", according to what a former aide told Ward. "He goes from a little boy to, like, this fucking devil", Bannon reportedly said.

At issue were a set of emails contradicting a statement Donald Trump Jr. gave to the New York Times, in which he described his contact with the Russians as "a short, introductory meeting" during which he, Kushner, and Trump's campaign chairman at the time, Paul Manafort, "primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children".

Ward countered on Twitter "the 220 people I interviewed for the book might beg to disagree".

'It seems she has written a book of fiction rather than any serious attempt to get the facts.

The book also said the President has wanted the couple to leave their posts at the White House and sought help to push them out from his former chief of staff John Kelly, whom he told, "Get rid of my kids; get them back to NY", according to the Times. "Correcting everything wrong would take too long and be pointless".

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