Jared Kushner

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US Security Advisor John Bolton in Jerusalem, June 23, 2019
Bolton: Netanyahu expressed doubt at Kushner's ability to head peace plan

Netanyahu's office denied Bolton's claims and said the prime minister has 'complete faith' in Kushner.

Where do major US stakeholders stand on annexation?

In the past few weeks, the public has heard different statements from several US stakeholders regarding the timeline and conditions of Trump's Deal of the Century.

Palestinian employees of United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) take part in a protest again
Lawmakers to US Ambassador to the UN: Restart Palestinian assistance

Among the representatives who signed the letter: Andy Levin, Ro Khanna, Ilhan Omar, Jamie Raskin, Rashida Tlaib, Alan Lowenthal, and Ted Lieu.

US President Donald Trump and senior adviser Jared Kushner leave the World Economic Forum, 2020.
Jared Kushner has been ‘de facto president’ during coronavirus crisis

'Jared is running everything. He’s the de facto president of the United States'

US President Donald Trump and senior adviser Jared Kushner leave the World Economic Forum, 2020.
White House peace team focuses on helping Trump combat the coronavirus

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended that gatherings of 50 people or more be cancelled or postponed for the next eight weeks.

Jared Kushner looks on during the Middle East summit in Warsaw, Poland, February 14, 2019
Jared Kushner's relative solicits coronavirus tips for him on Facebook

“I have direct channel to person now in charge at White House,” Kurt Kloss wrote in his post.

Jared Kushner reads the Megillah at the White House, 2020
The Kushners, Avi Berkowitz attend Chabad Purim event at White House

'Jared led off the reading of The Megillah [in Hebrew], and actually did so perfectly, without any mistakes'

Jared Kushner in an interview with Reuters
Kushner: US to approve annexation if Palestinians don't negotiate

“Nobody can say we didn’t give the Palestinians a chance to go back to the table. If they want to talk, we are ready."

U.S. President Donald Trump looks over at Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a joint
Jewish Democrats spearhead letter blasting peace plan

Democrats at first were cautious to criticize the plan, crafted by Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and released last week, in part because it restored the terminology of “two states.”

Greenblatt: If support for Palestinian cause keeps dropping, it won't last

The former presidential special envoy to the Middle East said that the Palestinians did a “remarkable job of allowing other countries to fund them,” but “enough is enough.”

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