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Screw American Rules: “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States, . By Ilene Proctor Like the Trump Klan, the Kushner Klan’s loose lips often sink their ship. Greed seems to gallop through all their familial ties. Greed lead Story. At an event in Beijing on Saturday, Jared Kushner’s sibling Nicole Kushner made a hard sell to wealthy Chinese investors to pour funds into the family’s till, a new real estate development in New Jersey, according to The Washington Post. But Nicole Kushner not only bitch pitched to a ballroom full of well-heeled Beijing residents more than just returns on investment: Invest with us, she told them, and you could get a highly desirable type of visa to the United States. “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States,” there come-hither brochure for the event reportedly declared. Virtually promising to screw the rules, Ms. Kushner flaunted their umbilical ties to the White House to lure the Chinese. It also promoted the investment as a golden opportunity for investors to gain an immigration visa to the United States under the controversial EB-5 visa program, which is meant to spur economic growth by encouraging foreign investment in projects that create jobs in the United States. “Slated to be the sister building of Trump Plaza Residences, [Trump Bay Street] will stand with Trump Plaza to symbolize Jersey City’s twin towers,” one promotional pitch on a website for EB-5 investments said. Two of the partners in the Trump Bay Street project, KABR Group and U.S. Immigration Fund, one of several private companies that operate regional centers for immigration investors in New Jersey, are also partners in the new Kushner 1 project, according to promotional materials photographed by The Washington Post. When Trump changes course and goes soft and mushy on the Philippines loathsome president and on China, you can bet your bottom dollar and any Yen you have that they have financial interests there. With the Trump/Kushner Klan, Money Uber Alles. Then-candidate Trump made bashing China for alleged currency manipulation a cornerstone of his stump speeches last year. Ahead of a meeting between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping last month, Chinese negotiators reportedly focused on securing U.S. agreement to stay out of issues like human rights in Tibet, along with support for key Chinese foreign and development policies, in exchange for increased Chinese investment in the U.S. economy, according to The Washington Post. When confronted by the media about potential conflicts of interest on Saturday, Nicole Kushner refused to speak with reporters, and impolitely told reporters not to report the story. So, here’s the story.


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