Jared Kushner Foreign Investment Corruption Referred to DOJ

Analyst Rattner: U.S. private equity firms still raise the vast bulk of their money from U.S. investors. This is extraordinary — unprecedented — I've never seen anything like it."

Economic analyst Steven Rattner, who consults for MSNBC, reported Monday on the percentage of investments Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, received from foreign sources using his position at the White House for access.

Jared Kushner, former senior advisor to President Donald Trump, participates in a discussion hosted by the America First Policy Institute and The Abraham Accords Peace Institute, in Washington D.C., on Monday, September 12, 2022. (Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

According to Salon, all but 1% of Kushner’s 3 Billion Dollar investments came from foreign sources. Per Salon, the Saudis invested $2 billion in Kushner’s fund while the United Arab Emirates and Qatar each added another $200 million. About $625 million came from other non-U.S. sources while only $31 million came from sources inside the U.S. Rattner told MSNBC that he’s “never seen this” in 40 years in the business.