Jared Kushner's bad week just got a little weirder.
On Sunday, Politico reported that the presidential son-in-law and adviser corresponded with top White House officials through a private email server (and he wasn't the only one). On Monday, a prankster impersonating the real estate scion — apparently convincingly — asked his lawyer what to do with pictures “featuring adult content” he said he had received. The lawyer responded: “Don't delete. Don't send to anyone. Let's chat in a bit.”
While reports about Kushner's emails are not analogous with those on Hillary Clinton's, they nonetheless raised questions about security and hypocrisy in the chaotic Trump White House, from which Trump ridiculed Clinton for her use of a private email server long after Election Day.
The news on Wednesday was different, but nonetheless eyebrow-raising: When Jared Kushner registered to vote in 2009, he apparently identified his sex as female.
It prompted any number of questions.
There were only two options on the New York voter registration form he filled out: M, for male, and F, for female.
Did he mean to register as a female? Was it unintentional? If so, how did he mess that up?
A spokesperson for Kushner did not respond to a request for comment. Before 2009, his New Jersey voter registration noted his gender as “unknown," The Hill reported.
It's not the first time Kushner has run into trouble with important paperwork.
This summer, The Washington Post's Matt Zapotosky reported that three times, Kushner had filed updates to his national security questionnaire because of missing information.
The first time Kushner's national security questionnaire was submitted Jan. 18, the form did not list his foreign contact and got the dates of his graduate degrees and his father-in-law's address wrong.
You can read the rest at the Washington Post.