George Soros, who has funded numerous left wing causes and worked tirelessly to derail the conservative agenda, has a stake in a company owned by senior White House advisor Jared Kushner.
Also investing with Kushner, the husband of Ivanka Trump, are Goldman Sachs, Peter Thiel and a Chinese entrepreneur who co-founded Alibaba, David Yu.
According to the Wall Street Journal:
The previously undisclosed business relationships with titans of the financial and technology worlds are through a real-estate tech startup called Cadre that Mr. Kushner co-founded and currently partly owns.
Goldman and Messrs. Soros and Thiel, as well as other billionaires’ firms, also have stakes in the company, which is based in a Manhattan building owned by the Kushner family’s company, according to people close to Cadre . . .
In his disclosure form filed earlier this year, Mr. Kushner didn’t identify Cadre as among his hundreds of assets . . .
To get off the ground, Cadre turned to a Goldman Sachs fund and a number of high-profile investors. Among them were the venture-capital firms of Mr. Thiel, Silicon Valley’s most prominent supporter of the GOP president, and Vinod Khosla, a co-founder of Sun Microsystems Inc., according to Cadre’s website . . .
Cadre also secured a $250 million line of credit from the family office of Mr. Soros, a top Democratic donor who Mr. Trump criticized during his presidential campaign, the people close to the company said. Mr. Soros’s family office is also an investor in Cadre.
This will be good neither for President Trump nor Mr. Kushner. Among conservatives, Soros is the Devil. Actually, that’s a bit of an understatement.