Jared Kushner, the son-in-law to President Donald Trump, has declared he has an additional $10million in previously unreported assets.
The Senior White House adviser revealed he owns a total of 77 undisclosed assets, excluding the aforementioned amount which he claims to have earned from previously concealed business holdings.
Image shows Ivanka and Jared.
According to the revised financial documents which were filed on Friday, the 36-year-old and his team of lawyers said in an official statement that the latest additions were unintentionally omitted from some earlier financial disclosure files.
This information was presented during an ordinary review process with the federal Office of Government Ethics, a copy of the document confirmed.
In another separate filing, his wife and first daughter of the president Ivanka Trump, disclosed some assets worth over $66 million, excluding an income which is valued above $13.6 million from last year’s business engagements.
Part of the claims from Kushner show that he has sold interest in a New Jersey mall, and is no longer a shareholder in a company with interest in a Ohio property. He also stated that he had a stake worth between $5 to $25 million in a holding company that owned an online real estate investment platform named Cadre and that he owned artwork ranging in worth from $5 million to $25 million.
The “royal couple” claimed to have owned assets worth between $240 million and $740 million, but said in the new filings that their current joint investment stands in the range of $206 million to $760 million.
Jamie Gorelick, an attorney for Ivanka and Kushner, said in a statement: “Our clients have followed each of the required steps in their transition from private citizens to federal officials.”
The recent filing from Trump’s daughter is her first since her induction among the president’s aides in March.
Kushner was appointed a senior adviser just before the presidential inauguration.
“Ivanka’s financial disclosure form is still in the pre-certification stage, as she began the process later,” Gorelick added.
Both documents were released by a White House official. The federal ethics agency hasn’t yet approved Ivanka Trump’s filing.