Wednesday, January 11, 2017

๐ŸƒBarbra Streisand sounds off, smoked Trump. 'You can't trust anything he says'๐Ÿƒ


๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆIn blink, he jumped from Illinois state Senate, to U.S. Senate to White House, all in the span of few years. Israel Hayom's Boaz Bismuth Anal Floss: Obama, one of worst presidents in history๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜ก


๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆRafsanjani had heart attack when Obama shared hidden Shah’s Loots with Khamenei. Saudi refused to condole! but it’s GCC Poodles went ahead and suck Ayatollah’s Cock. ๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆ ูˆَู…َุง ูŠُุบْู†ِูŠ ุนَู†ْู‡ُ ู…َุงู„ُู‡ُ ุฅِุฐَุง ุชَุฑَุฏَّู‰


๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆุถุฑุงุท ุนุฑุจ๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜ก ู„ู† ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุบูŠูŠุฑ ุดูƒู„ูƒ ู„ุชุตุจุญ ุฃุฌู…ู„ ูู‰ ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ ูˆู„ูƒู†ูƒ ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุฒูŠูŠู† ุงุฎู„ุงู‚ูƒ ูˆุชุฌู…ูŠู„ ุงุฏุจูƒ ู„ุชูƒูˆู† ุฃุฌู…ู„ ู…ุง ุฑุฃุช ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ

ู„ู† ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุบูŠูŠุฑ ุดูƒู„ูƒ ู„ุชุตุจุญ ุฃุฌู…ู„ ูู‰ ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ ูˆู„ูƒู†ูƒ ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุฒูŠูŠู† ุงุฎู„ุงู‚ูƒ ูˆุชุฌู…ูŠู„ ุงุฏุจูƒ ู„ุชูƒูˆู† ุฃุฌู…ู„ ู…ุง ุฑุฃุช ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ

ู‚ุงู„ ุงู„ู…ูˆู„ูŠ ุนุฒ ูˆุฌู„ ู„ู†ุจูŠู‡ ููŠ ุณูˆุฑุฉ ุงู„ู…ู†ุงูู‚ูˆู†

ูˆَุฅِุฐَุง ุฑَุฃَูŠْุชَู‡ُู…ْ ุชُุนْุฌِุจُูƒَ ุฃَุฌْุณَุงู…ُู‡ُู…ْ ۖ ูˆَุฅِู† ูŠَู‚ُูˆู„ُูˆุง ุชَุณْู…َุนْ ู„ِู‚َูˆْู„ِู‡ِู…ْ ۖ ูƒَุฃَู†َّู‡ُู…ْ ุฎُุดُุจٌ ู…ُّุณَู†َّุฏَุฉٌ ۖ ูŠَุญْุณَุจُูˆู†َ ูƒُู„َّ ุตَูŠْุญَุฉٍ ุนَู„َูŠْู‡ِู…ْ ۚ ู‡ُู…ُ ุงู„ْุนَุฏُูˆُّ ูَุงุญْุฐَุฑْู‡ُู…ْ ۚ ู‚َุงุชَู„َู‡ُู…ُ ุงู„ู„َّู‡ُ ۖ ุฃَู†َّู‰ٰ ูŠُุคْูَูƒُูˆู†َ

ู„ู† ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุบูŠูŠุฑ ุดูƒู„ูƒ ู„ุชุตุจุญ ุฃุฌู…ู„ ูู‰ ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ ูˆู„ูƒู†ูƒ ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุฒูŠูŠู† ุงุฎู„ุงู‚ูƒ ูˆุชุฌู…ูŠู„ ุงุฏุจูƒ ู„ุชูƒูˆู† ุฃุฌู…ู„ ู…ุง ุฑุฃุช ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ ู‚ุงู„ ุงู„ู…ูˆู„ูŠ ุนุฒ ูˆุฌู„ ู„ู†ุจูŠู‡ ููŠ ุณูˆุฑุฉ ุงู„ู…ู†ุงูู‚ูˆู† ูˆَุฅِุฐَุง ุฑَุฃَูŠْุชَู‡ُู…ْ ุชُุนْุฌِุจُูƒَ ุฃَุฌْุณَุงู…ُู‡ُู…ْ ۖ ูˆَุฅِู† ูŠَู‚ُูˆู„ُูˆุง ุชَุณْู…َุนْ ู„ِู‚َูˆْู„ِู‡ِู…ْ ۖ ูƒَุฃَู†َّู‡ُู…ْ ุฎُุดُุจٌ ู…ُّุณَู†َّุฏَุฉٌ ۖ ูŠَุญْุณَุจُูˆู†َ ูƒُู„َّ ุตَูŠْุญَุฉٍ ุนَู„َูŠْู‡ِู…ْ ۚ ู‡ُู…ُ ุงู„ْุนَุฏُูˆُّ ูَุงุญْุฐَุฑْู‡ُู…ْ ۚ ู‚َุงุชَู„َู‡ُู…ُ ุงู„ู„َّู‡ُ ۖ ุฃَู†َّู‰ٰ ูŠُุคْูَูƒُูˆู†َ
ู„ู† ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุบูŠูŠุฑ ุดูƒู„ูƒ ู„ุชุตุจุญ ุฃุฌู…ู„ ูู‰ ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ ูˆู„ูƒู†ูƒ ุชุณุชุทูŠุน ุชุฒูŠูŠู† ุงุฎู„ุงู‚ูƒ ูˆุชุฌู…ูŠู„ ุงุฏุจูƒ ู„ุชูƒูˆู† ุฃุฌู…ู„ ู…ุง ุฑุฃุช ุนูŠูˆู† ุงู„ู†ุงุณ ู‚ุงู„ ุงู„ู…ูˆู„ูŠ ุนุฒ ูˆุฌู„ ู„ู†ุจูŠู‡ ููŠ ุณูˆุฑุฉ ุงู„ู…ู†ุงูู‚ูˆู† ูˆَุฅِุฐَุง ุฑَุฃَูŠْุชَู‡ُู…ْ ุชُุนْุฌِุจُูƒَ ุฃَุฌْุณَุงู…ُู‡ُู…ْ ۖ ูˆَุฅِู† ูŠَู‚ُูˆู„ُูˆุง ุชَุณْู…َุนْ ู„ِู‚َูˆْู„ِู‡ِู…ْ ۖ ูƒَุฃَู†َّู‡ُู…ْ ุฎُุดُุจٌ ู…ُّุณَู†َّุฏَุฉٌ ۖ ูŠَุญْุณَุจُูˆู†َ ูƒُู„َّ ุตَูŠْุญَุฉٍ ุนَู„َูŠْู‡ِู…ْ ۚ ู‡ُู…ُ ุงู„ْุนَุฏُูˆُّ ูَุงุญْุฐَุฑْู‡ُู…ْ ۚ ู‚َุงุชَู„َู‡ُู…ُ ุงู„ู„َّู‡ُ ۖ ุฃَู†َّู‰ٰ ูŠُุคْูَูƒُูˆู†َ

Monday, January 9, 2017

๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆ The Son-in-Law Also Rises๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜ก

The Son-in-Law Also Rises January 10, 2017 By Bud Norman — The Central Standard TimesMost of the chatter on Monday seemed to be about president-elect Donald Trump’s latest “twitter” tantrum, this one provoked by actress Meryl Streep’s obligatory liberal rant at yet another one of those show biz awards shows, but it was the stories about Trump’s appointment of Jared Kushner as a “senior advisor” that caught our eye. If you’re still unfamiliar with his far less famous name, Kushner is a 35-year-old real estate mogul, having run his family’s sizable business ever since his father went to jail about a decade ago for tax evasion, illegal campaign contributions, and witness intimidation, and he’s also Trump’s son-in-law. Unless the mainstream media and Trump’s “Tweets” have left anything out, that’s about the extent of his resume for a senior advisory position with a presidential administration. We don’t find any aspect of it reassuring and are troubled for reasons. Kushner reportedly played a senior role in his father-in-law’s presidential campaign, which thus far seems to have worked out well for the entire family, so we’ll give him that. He’s also played a reportedly big role in the post-election transition, and so far that seems a mixed bag for all involved. Kushner was quite plausibly reported to have been behind the ouster from the transition team of the oh-so-obsequious New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who had put Kushner’s dad in jail back in his heroic days as a tough and incorruptible prosecutor, and although that firing might have been a good call by this point in Christie’s decline it does continue a pattern of petty score-settling that doesn’t befit a presidential administration. Our eyes were also caught by the stories just a couple of column inches below about Kushner’s family business’ ongoing negotiations with one of the biggest banks in China, a country that Kushner’s father-in-law has famously threatened 45 percent tariffs against, and it will be interesting to see how that plays out. A couple of column inches the mainstream press acknowledges that Kushner has offered to relinquish his executive role in his family’s business, but so far we as we can tell and without any reassuring information via Trump’s “tweets” it will still be his family’s business, so that doesn’t allay any concerns. The president-elect has enough ongoing international deals raising conflict-of-interest questions without adding all the scandals of another family of real estate moguls to the daily budget of the last of the newspapers. Trump has been delighted to “tweet” the pretty much inarguable fact that he’s exempt from the conflict of interest laws that apply to almost all federal employees, except for that pesky “emoluments clause” in the Constitution, which we’ll deal with later, and his son-in-law’s “senior advisor” post won’t be subject to congressional approval and will apparently go unpaid and thus also fall into some legal category that Trump’s suddenly huge payroll of lawyers will find, so we expect that for at least a while it go as well as everything else that has been lately happening for the family. That whole in-law nepotism thing bothers us, too. We’re from old-fashioned Republican stock that once groused about President John Kennedy appointing his brother Bobby to be Attorney General, and in all fairness we have to admit that at least the young punk had once served on Sen. Joe McCarthy’s commie-hunting crusade and that this Kushner fellow seems to have no record of public service at all on his resume except for chasing Christie away, and even that seems to motivated by petty score-settling. Our experience of fathers-in-law is that sons-in-law are reluctant to offer them any criticism, and ours was a much nicer and less thin-skinned guy than Kushner’s, so we’d much prefer a “senior advisor” to Trump who would likely be more willing to advise some restraint. Something on the resume that indicates Kushner has any familiarity with geo-politics and macroeconomics and all those crazy social issues would be reassuring, but these days that’s too much to expect.
The Son-in-Law Also Rises January 10, 2017 By Bud Norman — The Central Standard TimesMost of the chatter on Monday seemed to be about president-elect Donald Trump’s latest “twitter” tantrum, this one provoked by actress Meryl Streep’s obligatory liberal rant at yet another one of those showbiz awards shows, but it was the stories about Trump’s appointment of Jared Kushner as a “senior advisor” that caught our eye. If you’re still unfamiliar with his far less famous name, Kushner is a 35-year-old real estate mogul, having run his family’s sizable business ever since his father went to jail about a decade ago for tax evasion, illegal campaign contributions, and witness intimidation, and he’s also Trump’s son-in-law. Unless the mainstream media and Trump’s “Tweets” have left anything out, that’s about the extent of his resume for a senior advisory position with a presidential administration. We don’t find any aspect of it reassuring and are troubled for reasons. Kushner reportedly played a senior role in his father-in-law’s presidential campaign, which thus far seems to have worked out well for the entire family, so we’ll give him that. He’s also played a reportedly big role in the post-election transition, and so far that seems a mixed bag for all involved. Kushner was quite plausibly reported to have been behind the ouster from the transition team of the oh-so-obsequious New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who had put Kushner’s dad in jail back in his heroic days as a tough and incorruptible prosecutor, and although that firing might have been a good call by this point in Christie’s decline it does continue a pattern of petty score-settling that doesn’t befit a presidential administration. Our eyes were also caught by the stories just a couple of column inches below about Kushner’s family business’ ongoing negotiations with one of the biggest banks in China, a country that Kushner’s father-in-law has famously threatened 45 percent tariffs against, and it will be interesting to see how that plays out. A couple of column inches the mainstream press acknowledges that Kushner has offered to relinquish his executive role in his family’s business, but so far we as we can tell and without any reassuring information via Trump’s “tweets” it will still be his family’s business, so that doesn’t allay any concerns. The president-elect has enough ongoing international deals raising conflict-of-interest questions without adding all the scandals of another family of real estate moguls to the daily budget of the last of the newspapers. Trump has been delighted to “tweet” the pretty much inarguable fact that he’s exempt from the conflict of interest laws that apply to almost all federal employees, except for that pesky “emoluments clause” in the Constitution, which we’ll deal with later, and his son-in-law’s “senior advisor” post won’t be subject to congressional approval and will apparently go unpaid and thus also fall into some legal category that Trump’s suddenly huge payroll of lawyers will find, so we expect that for at least a while it go as well as everything else that has been lately happening for the family. That whole in-law nepotism thing bothers us, too. We’re from old-fashioned Republican stock that once groused about President John Kennedy appointing his brother Bobby to be Attorney General, and in all fairness we have to admit that at least the young punk had once served on Sen. Joe McCarthy’s commie-hunting crusade and that this Kushner fellow seems to have no record of public service at all on his resume except for chasing Christie away, and even that seems to motivated by petty score-settling. Our experience of fathers-in-law is that sons-in-law are reluctant to offer them any criticism, and ours was a much nicer and less thin-skinned guy than Kushner’s, so we’d much prefer a “senior advisor” to Trump who would likely be more willing to advise some restraint. Something on the resume that indicates Kushner has any familiarity with geo-politics and macroeconomics and all those crazy social issues would be reassuring, but these days that’s too much to expect.

The Son-in-Law Also Rises
January 10, 2017
By Bud Norman — The Central Standard TimesMost of the chatter on Monday seemed to be about president-elect Donald Trump’s latest “twitter” tantrum, this one provoked by actress Meryl Streep’s obligatory liberal rant at yet another one of those show biz awards shows, but it was the stories about Trump’s appointment of Jared Kushner as a “senior advisor” that caught our eye.
If you’re still unfamiliar with his far less famous name, Kushner is a 35-year-old real estate mogul, having run his family’s sizable business ever since his father went to jail about a decade ago for tax evasion, illegal campaign contributions, and witness intimidation, and he’s also Trump’s son-in-law. Unless the mainstream media and Trump’s “Tweets” have left anything out, that’s about the extent of his resume for a senior advisory position with a presidential administration. We don’t find any aspect of it reassuring and are troubled for reasons.
Kushner reportedly played a senior role in his father-in-law’s presidential campaign, which thus far seems to have worked out well for the entire family, so we’ll give him that. He’s also played a reportedly big role in the post-election transition, and so far that seems a mixed bag for all involved. Kushner was quite plausibly reported to have been behind the ouster from the transition team of the oh-so-obsequious New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who had put Kushner’s dad in jail back in his heroic days as a tough and incorruptible prosecutor, and although that firing might have been a good call by this point in Christie’s decline it does continue a pattern of petty score-settling that doesn’t befit a presidential administration.
Our eyes were also caught by the stories just a couple of column inches below about Kushner’s family business’ ongoing negotiations with one of the biggest banks in China, a country that Kushner’s father-in-law has famously threatened 45 percent tariffs against, and it will be interesting to see how that plays out. A couple of column inches the mainstream press acknowledges that Kushner has offered to relinquish his executive role in his family’s business, but so far we as we can tell and without any reassuring information via Trump’s “tweets” it will still be his family’s business, so that doesn’t allay any concerns. The president-elect has enough ongoing international deals raising conflict-of-interest questions without adding all the scandals of another family of real estate moguls to the daily budget of the last of the newspapers. Trump has been delighted to “tweet” the pretty much inarguable fact that he’s exempt from the conflict of interest laws that apply to almost all federal employees, except for that pesky “emoluments clause” in the Constitution, which we’ll deal with later, and his son-in-law’s “senior advisor” post won’t be subject to congressional approval and will apparently go unpaid and thus also fall into some legal category that Trump’s suddenly huge payroll of lawyers will find, so we expect that for at least a while it go as well as everything else that has been lately happening for the family.
That whole in-law nepotism thing bothers us, too. We’re from old-fashioned Republican stock that once groused about President John Kennedy appointing his brother Bobby to be Attorney General, and in all fairness we have to admit that at least the young punk had once served on Sen. Joe McCarthy’s commie-hunting crusade and that this Kushner fellow seems to have no record of public service at all on his resume except for chasing Christie away, and even that seems to motivated by petty score-settling. Our experience of fathers-in-law is that sons-in-law are reluctant to offer them any criticism, and ours was a much nicer and less thin-skinned guy than Kushner’s, so we’d much prefer a “senior advisor” to Trump who would likely be more willing to advise some restraint. Something on the resume that indicates Kushner has any familiarity with geo-politics and macroeconomics and all those crazy social issues would be reassuring, but these days that’s too much to expect.

๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆAnal Floss: Trump names his Birkenau Bastard Son-In-Law Jared Kushner Senior Adviser to the President ๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜ก

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Trump Reportedly Will Name Son-In-Law Jared Kushner As Senior Adviser

NPR - ‎1 hour ago‎
In a recent piece, the New York Times laid out the many possibilities for conflicts of interest to arise with Kushner in the White House. For example, the Times reports that Kushner "played a pivotal role in persuading" Trump to appoint Goldman Sachs ...
 

Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, expected to join White House as a senior adviser

Washington Post - ‎36 minutes ago‎
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President-elect Donald Trump and one of his closest confidants, will join the White House as a senior adviser to the president, while Kushner's wife, Ivanka Trump, will not immediately take on a formal role, people ...
 

Jared Kushner to be named senior adviser to the president

CNN - ‎1 hour ago‎
Kushner is related to the President-elect by marriage, but a 1967 law specifies "son-in-law" as a type of relative covered by the regulations. Even as the Trump transition is expected to announce how Kushner's appointment won't violate anti-nepotism ...
 

Jared Kushner to Be Named a Senior White House Adviser to Donald Trump

New York Times - ‎2 hours ago‎
WASHINGTON — Jared Kushner will be named a senior White House adviser to his father-in-law, Donald J. Trump, cementing the New York real estate executive's role as a powerful and at times decisive influence on the president-elect, according to two ...
 

Jared Kushner: 5 Things to Know About Trump's Adviser

TIME - ‎36 minutes ago‎
President-elect Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is poised to become a powerful figure in the White House, with reports Monday saying he will soon be tapped for the role of White House senior adviser. Trump had reportedly been looking for a role ...
 

Trump Expected to Name Jared Kushner as a Senior Adviser

ABC News - ‎4 hours ago‎
Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is expected to be named as a senior adviser to the president and to assume an official role in the West Wing in coming weeks, according to two senior Trump transition officials. Kushner, one of the most ...
 

Trump Son-in-Law Jared Kushner to Be Named Senior White House Adviser

New York Times - ‎4 hours ago‎
Jared Kushner, President-elect Donald J. Trump's son-in-law, is to be named senior adviser to the president. □ Mr. Trump, after an intelligence report concluded that Russia tried to help him get elected, is going after ... Meryl Streep. □ A Trump fib ...
 

Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, expected to be named senior adviser

The Guardian - ‎3 hours ago‎
Kushner, 35, will need to argue that a federal anti-nepotism law does not apply to him. The law, enacted in 1967 after John F Kennedy appointed his brother as attorney general, prohibits any federal official from hiring family members to an agency or ...
 

Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner will be named White House senior adviser

CBS News - ‎2 hours ago‎
Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner will named senior White House adviser by President-elect Donald Trump, CBS News confirmed Monday. In a tweet, another top adviser to the president-elect, Kellyanne Conway, called it the “best news of the day.”.
 

REPORT: Jared Kushner to join White House as senior adviser in test of nepotism laws

Business Insider - ‎3 hours ago‎
Jared Kushner will reportedly join President-elect Donald Trump's administration as a senior adviser, raising questions about whether the move violates federal nepotism guidelines. Both Peter Alexander of NBC and Mike Allen of the news startup Axios ...
 

Ivanka Trump will not take White House position for now while husband, Jared Kushner, plans reshuffling of assets

CNBC - ‎4 hours ago‎
Donald Trump will name son-in-law Jared Kushner a senior advisor to the president, a transition official told NBC News on Monday. But Ivanka, Trump's daughter, will not be taking a White House position for now as she focuses on settling her children ...
 

Donald Trump Appoints Son-in-Law Jared Kushner as Senior Adviser

Fortune - ‎2 hours ago‎
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will appoint his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to the position of senior adviser to the president, media outlets reported on Monday, a potentially thorny choice in the face of anti-nepotism law. The appointment of Kushner ...
 

Jared Kushner To Step Down As Kushner CEO For Key Trump White House Position

Forbes - ‎5 hours ago‎
Jared Kushner plans to step down from his role at Kushner Cos, the firm he took over from his father, as he prepares to be one of the key figures in Donald Trump's White House. Kushner has been the president-elect's point man on foreign policy, even ...
 

Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, to be top adviser

BBC News - ‎2 hours ago‎
President-elect Donald Trump is to make son-in-law Jared Kushner one of his senior advisers. The 35-year-old played a key role in the presidential campaign and his new White House job will cover both domestic and foreign policy. Mr Kushner, who is ...
 

Trump son-in-law Kushner to take on senior White House advisory role

Reuters - ‎33 minutes ago‎
WASHINGTON President-elect Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will become a senior White House adviser and work on trade deals and the Middle East, transition officials said on Monday, in a rare case of a close presidential family member taking ...
 

Donald Trump To Name Son-In-Law Jared Kushner Senior Adviser To The President

Huffington Post - ‎3 hours ago‎
The news that Kushner would have a role in the Trump White House came as little surprise Monday to political observers. Kushner, his wife and their three children recently secured a six-bedroom mansion in Washington's tony Kalorama neighborhood, ...
 

Why Jared Kushner's conflicts of interest matter

Vox - ‎7 hours ago‎
Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's son-in-law, is all but running foreign policy during Trump's transition to the Oval Office, while also serving as CEO of his family business and doing deals with a companies closely tied to the Chinese government. A New ...
 

Jared Kushner to Serve as Trump Senior Adviser

NBCNews.com - ‎4 hours ago‎
President-elect Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, who emerged as a key figure in the Republican's successful 2016 campaign, will be named senior adviser to the president, the campaign announced Monday. Kushner was an influential behind the ...
 

Jared Kushner will take role as top White House adviser

New York Post - ‎4 hours ago‎
Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will be named to a top position in the White House, NBC News reported. Citing an aide to the president-elect, the network said that Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump, will serve as senior adviser to the ...
 

Trump expected to name son-in-law Jared Kushner senior adviser

Orlando Sentinel - ‎3 hours ago‎
Jared Kushner, son-in-law of of President-elect Donald Trump, is taking steps to distance himself from his sprawling New York real estate business. Kushner, who is married to Trump's daughter Ivanka, must clear a series of hurdles before he takes any ...
 

Donald Trump's Son-in-Law Jared Kushner To Be Named Senior Adviser

U.S. News & World Report - ‎2 hours ago‎
Kushner's appointment has been expected for weeks. He and Ivanka Trump have purchased a home in a tony northwest Washington neighborhood – just around the corner from where President Barack Obama and his family will live after Jan. 20 – and are ...
 

Trump to name son-in-law Jared Kushner as White House adviser

USA TODAY - ‎44 minutes ago‎
Asserting that anti-nepotism laws do not apply to the executive branch of government, President-elect Donald Trump is planning to appoint son-in-law Jared Kushner to a White House advisory position, aides said Monday. Trump himself appeared to confirm ...
 

Jared Kushner Is Going to Be Senior Advisor to His Father-in-Law, the President

Foreign Policy (blog) - ‎1 hour ago‎
On Monday, in a move straight out of Kazakhstan or Turkey, senior Trump transition team officials told NBC News that Jared Kushner will be a senior advisor to the U.S. president-elect, who just happens to be his father-in-law. Kushner's controversial ...
 

Trump's Son-in-Law to Be Named as Senior Adviser

Wall Street Journal - ‎2 hours ago‎
President-elect Donald Trump is hiring son-in-law Jared Kushner as a senior adviser with a wide-ranging portfolio, a person familiar with the matter said, bringing to the West Wing one of the most influential figures in the Trump camp. Mr. Kushner, who ...
 

Son-in-law Jared Kushner WILL join the Trump administration - as senior advisor to the president

Daily Mail - ‎3 hours ago‎
Jared Kushner, Donald Trump son-in-law, will be named Senior Advisor to the President, according to NBC News, citing a transition team source. The role will essentially be the same one he held during the Republican president-elect's campaign. Kushner ...
 

Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner expected to be senior advisor

Los Angeles Times - ‎3 hours ago‎
President-elect Donald Trump's influential son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will join the White House as a senior adviser, according to two people briefed on the decision. He's taking a broad role that could give him sway over both domestic and foreign policy.
 

Report: Jared Kushner to be named Trump adviser

Asbury Park Press - ‎2 hours ago‎
The next stop for Jared Kushner appears to be the White House. The son-in-law of Donald J. Trump and a real estate developer whose holdings include the Monmouth Mall in Eatontown and Pier Village in Long Branch will be named senior adviser to the ...
 

Jared Kushner to be named top White House adviser to Donald Trump

PBS NewsHour - ‎1 hour ago‎
President-elect Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is expected to be named as a senior White House adviser, an official West Wing role that will raise further questions about conflicts of interest with Trump and his family's business empire. A ...
 

Jared Kushner, a Trump In-Law and Adviser, Chases a Chinese Deal

New York Times - ‎Jan 7, 2017‎
Donald J. Trump officially announced his campaign for the presidency at Trump Tower in Manhattan on June 16, 2015, with his daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, at his side. Credit Todd Heisler/The New York Times. On the night of Nov.
 

Trump to name son-in-law to senior White House role

The Daily Dot - ‎1 hour ago‎

President-elect Donald Trump will name his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as a senior White House advisor, potentially pushing the legal envelope with regards to the nation's federal anti-nepotism statute. A senior member of the Trump transition team ...

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๐Ÿ˜ก๐ŸŒˆLook what Scottish HOODRAT had delivered when she ditched her Bahraini husband and shag a Saudi mountaingoat. Corrupt Bahrain Police dropped all adultery charges, let her pickup her orangutan and leave to Aberdeen. Here’s the deal… Scottish Hoodrat Hannah (cross breeds) + Saudi MountainGoat = Ayatollah Nelson Jr.๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜ก

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Here's Bahrain Daily Mail Emine Sinmaz Annal Floss:

Family's relief as British mother who was jailed in Bahrain for 'adultery' is allowed to return to the UK after her Muslim husband DROPS the charges
Hannah James was detained after husband Jassim Alhaddar reported her
Her family claimed her husband burned her passport when she tried to leave him
But a concierge at a serviced apartment block found it in a flat she was staying in
She was freed on Thursday after Mr Alhaddar dropped the adultery charges
Ms James has now been allowed to return to the UK
A British mother who was thrown into prison in Bahrain for alleged adultery is free to return to the UK.

Hannah James, 26, was detained last month in the ultra-conservative Muslim state where Sharia law is enforced after her husband Jassim Alhaddar, 30, reported her to police.

Miss James’ family claimed that her allegedly abusive husband burned her passport when she tried to leave him and told authorities she was having an affair.

But last night the Daily Mail located Miss James’ passport in an apartment she had been renting with another man in Manama, Bahrain’s capital.

A concierge at the £75-a-night serviced apartment block said Miss James, a veterinary receptionist, had arrived with a Saudi Arabian man on December 6 before her husband found her and called police.

The worker also said that Miss James told him she had lost her passport shortly after checking in.

The employee, who did not want to be named, said: ‘This woman caused some trouble. She arrived on the 6th of December with a Saudi man and stayed for two or three nights.

Her family claimed he burnt her passport after she was thrown in prison for a month - but a concierge receptionist found it in an apartment she was staying in
Her family claimed he burnt her passport after she was thrown in prison for a month - but a concierge receptionist found it in an apartment she was staying in

The pair have a four-year-old son together, above, who has been brought back to Britain
The pair have a four-year-old son together, above, who has been brought back to Britain

‘But then her husband came here and phoned the police, he was very upset.

‘They police came and arrested her but the Saudi man ran away.

‘On the first day this woman had told me she had lost her passport.

‘But on Friday I found it behind the microwave in her room.

‘I rang her telephone number but it’s not working, I don’t know how to get it back to her.

‘I think this woman has been jailed because of what happened.’

Miss James’ was freed on Thursday night after a month in custody but her family claimed she was unable to leave the country because her husband had destroyed her passport.

It is unclear why Miss James or her family made the claim about Mr Alhaddar, a cashier at a pharmacy, burning her passport.

The family also accused Mr Alhaddar of violence and released pictures showing bruises on Miss James’ arm and face.

Miss James’s mother Shelley, from Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, said her daughter had struggled in prison on rice and water.

In a post on Justgiving.com, where she has been trying to raise £2,500 for legal and travel costs, she said Bahrain was ‘a law unto itself’ and there was absolutely no need for her daughter to have been imprisoned.

She wrote: ‘Things became very difficult for her as she was suffering from domestic violence by the hands of Alhaddar. This became worse day by day.

‘Hannah finally made the decision to leave him and Bahrain with her son, with support and help from her family.

‘He made it impossible for her to leave as he burned her passport. He then went to the police and accused her of having an affair.’

But Mr Alhaddar insisted he has never intentionally hurt his wife, who he met in 2012.

The couple, who married in Bahrain last year, have a four-year-old son, Nelson, who has been brought back to Britain.

Mr Alhaddar said: ‘They blamed me for burning her passport, but I did nothing to her passport.

‘I’ve had enough of all of this. All the pictures her family have released are old. It is not true.

‘The bruises are from a long time ago. Every time she comes to hurt me – I’ve had a lot of bruises and scars on my body – and I would push her away from me in self-defence and she would fall down on the floor because she’s completely drunk.’

Miss James’ family also claimed that she was not allowed to leave Bahrain due to legal reasons.

But the Bahrain Embassy has said there was no restriction on Miss James and she was free to return to Scotland.

A spokesman for the embassy said: ‘The woman admitted to the act and she and her husband agreed to divorce.

Hannah's family released these images of Hannah with bruises on her body and claimed Hannah was 'suffering from domestic violence by the hands of Alhaddar'
However, he said it is 'not true' and got them from 'falling down on the floor because she’s completely drunk'
Hannah's family released these images of Hannah with bruises on her body and claimed Hannah was 'suffering from domestic violence by the hands of Alhaddar'. However, he said it is 'not true'

‘On January 5, 2017, the complainant withdrew the complaint and the wife was released. All charges of adultery were dropped.

‘The divorce of the marriage between the British woman and the Bahraini man was formalised and made final on January 8.

‘There is no travel ban or restriction in place against the British National, the only issue was that of the passport, in which she reported to the police as lost.

‘However, she is free to depart as soon as that issue is resolved with the British Authorities.’

Yesterday Miss James’ family released a statement saying: ‘I can now confirm that they have been informed the restriction placed on Hannah leaving Bahrain has been lifted.

‘The family thank each and every one of you that have supported them through this ordeal.’

A spokesman for the Foreign Office said: ‘We are providing support to a British woman following her arrest in Bahrain. We remain in contact with both her family and with the Bahraini authorities.’