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Ivanka Trump And Jared Kushner Disclose At Least $36 Million In Income Last Year

The minimum combined income that Trump and Kushner are obligated to reveal each year was $36.2 million in 2019, which is a little over $7 million more than the $29 million they disclosed the year before.



Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, two of Donald Trump’s closest advisers in the White House, aren’t dependent on government pay to meet their financial requirements, new disclosures reveal. According to The Washington Post, the couple acknowledged at least $36 million in income from sources outside the White House in 2017. The minimum annual combined income of Trump and Kushner, which must be recorded, was $36.2 million in 2019, just over $7 million more than the $29 million they disclosed the year before. The situation has been sharply criticized by government ethics experts who have called out Kushner’s continued stake in his family’s real estate company, Kushner Companies, while working in the White House, a breeding ground for corruption and other conflicts of interest.

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Ivanka Trump also refused at first to relinquish her stake in jewelry and apparel brand, but public backlash caused her to shut the brand down in 2018, which is why she disclosed a range of only $100,001 to $1 million in “rent or royalties” for 2019 (the financial disclosures only require ranges of income and loss as opposed to exact figures). She also revealed a $3.9 million fixed income from her ownership of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC.

Additionally, the pair revealed considerable debts for 2019. (Or at least as accurate as these reports have tended to be) between $22 million and $110 million, including between $5 million and $25 million in debt held with a company known as Times Square Associates. According to reports, Kushner, Trump, and the company Times Square Associates are all joint owners of this debt.