Wired speculates that the reason for this mix-up is likely because Kushner is not terrifically detail oriented and he's probably not the sharpest tack in the box, either. Unfortunately, there's absolutely no way to know for sure, because he has yet to provide Wired with a comment.
'Would anyone but the president's son-in-law still have a West Wing job after repeated disclosure errors and a botched a security clearance form?'
Bain's second quoted sentence above is an apparent reference to Kushner's failure to disclose over 100 foreign contacts when he initially filed his federal disclosure form.
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A spokesman for American Bridge, a group that monitors Republicans, said he wonders how Kushner can accomplish anything for the White House if he can't handle simple paperwork.
The 36-year-old real estate developer has been tasked with reforming the government and moderating a peace plan in the Middle East. "He would at least have his security clearance revoked".
It also follows Trump's demonstrable lie that widespread voter fraud resulted in his losing the popular vote, after which it was found that former advisers Paul Manafort and Steve Bannon, former press secretary Sean Spicer, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, youngest daughter Tiffany Trump and Kushner were registered to vote in multiple states.
Donald Trump's son-in-law registered as a female voter in NY, it has emerged. The mounting pile of errors and what appear to be straight-up lies suggest Kushner-and the Trump team of which he is a member-should be stripped of their responsibilities, stat.