Real estate firm part-owned by Kushner received millions in foreign funding from hazy investors — report

A real estate firm partially owned by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner received some $90 million in foreign funding from an unknown offshore account since he entered started working for his father-in-law, the Guardian reports.

The British daily cites corporate filings and interviews, which show that investments have been coming in from overseas to the company, Cadre. The money originated from an account run by Goldman Sachs in the Cayman Islands.

Ethics experts told the Guardian that the foreign funding revelation could demonstrate a conflict of interest for Kushner, who contineus to work for the US government.

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