First-person accounts of a tense meeting at the White House in late March suggest that Jared Kushner resisted taking federal action to alleviate shortages and help Democratic-led New York, Vanity Fair reports.
Kushner, seated at the head of the conference table, in a chair taller than all the others, was quick to strike a confrontational tone: “The federal government is not going to lead this response. It’s up to the states to figure out what they want to do.”
He added: “Free markets will solve this. That is not the role of government.”Save to Favorites