Kushner reportedly played a key role in promoting Trump’s message on social media. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Back in July, it was already reported that he flat-out blocked Christie as Trump's running mate.So is Kushner a modern-day "Rasputin" figure, whispering into the ear of the political novice Trump as he prepares to assume power?According to a BusinessWeek investigation, Kushner, who 10 years ago acquired the New York Observer lifestyle newspaper and revived its fortunes by taking it online, played a key role in promoting Trump's message on social media.In some ways, Kushner's life story is similar to Trump's.Take this example from July, when Trump retweeted an image of Clinton set against a six-pointed star said to resemble a Star of David, setting off alarm bells in the Jewish community.Quite the opposite: Kushner published an op-ed in which he spoke of his Holocaust survivor family, and defended Trump against any charge of anti-Judaism.The president-elect has reportedly inquired about a top-secret clearance for Kushner to be able to join daily presidential briefings – reports denied by Trump.
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