ok it is time for that pup enjoying her bath
she did not even get verbal govt approval she just jump in
— darth:™ (@darth) July 20, 2017
I particularly love the other two dogs, giving Mr. Happy Laps the hairy eyeball — and a wide berth.
Apart from maybe hitting the pool, what’s on the agenda for this summer weekend day?
Speaking of ludicrous instinctive actions from an organism not bred for critical thinking…
NEW: Kushner says he "inadvertently" failed to disclose 77 assets worth over $100 million on disclosure forms https://t.co/74xoXj6yo8
— Yashar Ali (@yashar) July 21, 2017
Who among us has not revised our security and disclosure forms multiple times?
Oh, right, no one, because usually there's zero slack given. https://t.co/MTrHyWsooB
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) July 21, 2017
Jared Kushner failed to disclose dozens of financial holdings that he was required to declare when he joined the White House as an adviser to President Trump, his father-in-law, according to a revised form released Friday.
A separate document released Friday also showed that Kushner’s wife, presidential daughter Ivanka Trump, had been paid as much as $5 million from her outside businesses over an 84-day span this spring around the time she entered the White House as a senior adviser and pledged to distance herself from her private holdings.
And they both continue to draw large sums from outside interests: The couple has jointly made at least $19 million in income from business ventures and listed more than $80 million in real estate and other revenues since the start of 2016, the documents show…
Ivanka Trump also listed receiving $2.4 million in hotel-related revenue from the Trump International Hotel in Washington. She said she earned $787,500 from a publisher’s advance for her book “Women Who Work,” which debuted in May. And she reported $2.5 million in salary and severance from her “continued participation in employer-sponsored 401(k) plan” of Trump Payroll Corp., a side entity that handles Trump Organization wages.
For his part, Kushner earned millions from his family’s real estate over the past year, his filing shows. He pulled in between $1 million and $5 million between January 2016 and March 9 of this year from BFPS Ventures, a holding company valued at between $5 million and $25 million.
An earlier version of Kushner’s disclosure form described BFPS as a company focused on “real estate in New York.” However, public documents revealed, and Kushner’s legal team later confirmed, that it held a wide range of entities, including an Oklahoma oil and gas firm that has been sold…
Kushner amends disclosure to reflect Russian citizenship.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) July 22, 2017