October 1, 2022

Jared Kushner’s Harvard graduating class just publicly trashed him in 15-year anniversary

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The president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, began his tenure in the White House with a daunting portfolio – solve the Israel-Palestinian crisis, head the President’s opioid commission, and lead the way in designing the infrastructure package that Trump promised would transform America as we know it.


Since then, he’s managed to accomplish nothing but rack up a slew of legal and ethics complaints over his shameless efforts to abuse his position in order to bail out his family’s real estate company out of the $1.8 billion hole that Jared had put them in. 

The public’s expectations for Jared and his wife Ivanka were originally quite high; as New York City socialites with gay friends and a history of fundraising with Democrats, many thought that they might be a “moderating influence” on the President, especially considering their unrivaled access to him.

It was not to be the case, however; Jared quickly revealed himself to be a Zionist extremist and Ivanka a sweat-shop profiteer, both of whom were content to sit back and watch as the president embarked on his nihilistically xenophobic agenda.

The public disappointment in Jared and his enabling of Trump was heavily featured in the Harvard Class of 2003’s fifteen-year anniversary report. While Jared himself failed to submit any content for the document, his peers didn’t pass up the opportunity to trash their former classmate.

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One classmate was particularly savage in his remarks:

With Jared facing some serious legal trouble thanks to his role in aiding and abetting Russian collusion in the 2016 election, his next anniversary report might be mailed to a very different sort of big house than 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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