Jared Kushner, senior advisor to President Trump and his son-in-law, is writing a tell-all book about his experience working in the White House.
A source familiar with his plans says the book will focus on Kushner’s role in the Abraham Accords which successfully brokered Middle East peace treaties with Israel.
The book is said to not be a damning hit piece on Trump, though a few of Trump’s advisors have done just that.
Beyond the peace the deals he helped broker, Jared will discuss prison reform and the U.S. trade relationship with China.
Other topics said to be discussed at length are: U.S. response to Coronavirus, Operation Hurricane, the Trump Russia collusion hoax, impeachment madness, George Floyd, and the border crisis.
Kushner is “looking to provide historical context, to help readers understand exactly what it was like to work in the White House with Trump He isn’t looking to settle any scores,” the source said.
The source hinted at the books’s wide array of fascinating material given Kushner’s broad influence and his exposure to many of Trump’s most incredible moments.
Kushner and his wife Ivanka, also a senior advisor to Trump, moved to Miami after their stint in Washington.