Jared Kushner Inks Deal To Publish His Memoirs
Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor during his presidency, has inked a deal for his memoir for publication in early 2022. The book, being published by Harper Collins’s division Broadside Publishing, is said to be a reflection on the Trump administration.
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and a key adviser of former President Donald Trump, has a deal to publish a memoir about his time in the administration. The book is set for release in early 2022.https://t.co/rX1AhvsPlz
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Kushner had an out-sized role in the administration with a portfolio including areas as diverse as Middle Eastern peace and criminal justice reform. Kushner played a role in the Abhramam Accords, which normalized relations between several Arab nations and Isreal. He was a key player in passing a criminal justice reform bill in Congress in 2018.
Broadside has self-defined as a publisher “specializes in conservative nonfiction, spanning the full range of right-of-center thought and opinion and seeks to create a forum for smart, serious conservative ideas.’
The news comes at a time when Trump has also announced he is writing “the book of all books.” Several publishing houses have already announced they will not publish his memoirs.
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