US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Gerad Kushner voted as a woman in the presidential election held in November last year.
US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Gerad Kushner voted as a woman in the presidential election held in November last year. According to the report of The Hill, according to the registration record, Kushner, who was married to President Trump’s eldest daughter, Evan, had tick marks in the woman’s column for herself during the voter registration in 2009. The Democratic Approach Research Group ‘American Bridge’ first caught this mistake and later ‘The Wired’ exposed it.
The group’s spokesman Brad Bainum, while discussing this mistake with ‘wired’, said, “Kushner could not fill this general paper, so it is full of secrets in itself that how can anyone think that he Will restore peace in the East. ”
While questioning, he said, “Would anyone else except President’s son-in-law be allowed to do the work of the West Wing (White House) after the work done by this slowness in this mistake and security clearance form? Kushner, who handled a large portfolio with the White House, has had to amend the federal security clearance form several times.
At the same time, Kushner has told Congress investigators that these mistakes have been done due to ‘misunderstanding in the dialogue’ with his colleagues. Prior to the year 2009, in his New Jersey voter registration, he had written ‘unknown’ in front of his gender. When it came time to repair it in 2009, he ticked into the box of women.