The financial disclosures suggest possible conflicts of interest.
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Financial disclosure forms show that White House special adviser – and President Donald Trump's son-in-law – Jared Kushner's wealth and debt both appear to have risen over the year, an indication of the complex state of his finances and the potential conflicts that confront some of his investments. Disclosures issued late Monday by the White House for Kushner and his wife, Trump's daughter Ivanka, showed that Kushner held assets totaling at least $181 million. A spokesman for the couple said Monday that the couple's disclosure portrayed both assets and debts that have not changed much over the past year – and stressed that Kushner and Ivanka Trump have both complied with all federal ethics rules.One of Kushner's biggest holdings, a real estate tech startup called Cadre that he co-founded with his brother, Joshua, rose sharply in value. The latest disclosure shows it was worth at least $25 million at the end of last year, up from a minimum value of $5 million in his previous disclosure.
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