Kushner Fined For Late Filing Of Financial Disclosures

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Jared Kushner has been fined by the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) for his late reporting of a financial transaction in his efforts to transfer management of his large number of businesses so he could serve in the White House.

A newly released document indicates that Kushner, a top White House adviser and husband to first daughter Ivanka Trump, along with 17 other White House staffers did not file their personal financial disclosure statements on time, McClatchy confirmed.

 

In accordance with federal law, people required to file the disclosure documents must pay a fine of $200 directly to the U.S. Treasury if the statements are more than 30 days late. Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

 

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