Murray Kushner, the uncle of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, has reportedly used Trump's status as president to pitch real estate to Chinese investors.
According to Bloomberg Politics, Murray’s KRE Group pitched an apartment complex project in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Chinese investors by using pictures of Jared, Ivanka Trump and President Trump.
Murray's pitch was reportedly made in May and included the tag line: "Work hand-in-hand with Trump son-in-law Kushner." Murray told potential investors that for $500,000 they could qualify for the EB-5 program, a U.S. resident visa category that was originally created to promote jobs and development in neglected areas.
Spokesmen for Kushner Companies -- a company run by Jared and his father, Charles -- and KRE said that Jared and the Trumps are not involved with the apartment project. Jared has reportedly left and divested from parts of Kushner Companies since becoming a White House adviser.
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