Former White House advisor Jared Kushner has ended his career in politics after a few years as he is locked in a feud with his father-in-law, the Daily Mail reports.
"Donald Trump is set to make his first trip to New York since leaving the White House amid an apparent rift with Jared Kushner who the ex-president is said to be angry with over his election loss," the Mail reported. "News of his visit comes amid reports of escalating tensions between Trump and his son-in-law and former White House Senior Adviser Jared in the days since they both left DC."
The two "appeared to actively avoid" seeing each other at Trump National Doral golf course on Wednesday.
Jared, 40, was also absent from Trump's team ahead of his appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference Sunday and the ex-president is telling his inner circle he blames Jared for his failed second run at office, reported CNN. However sources close to Jared say Kushner has 'checked out of politics' because he is 'done' with Trump's false rhetoric of widespread election fraud," the Daily Mail reported.
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