Since the would-be Trump dynasty lost a bid for a second-term in the White House, most attention on son-in-law Jared Kushner has been about him writing a book to "provide historical context and help readers understand what it was like to work in the Trump White House."
Below the radar, however, is a grander effort to cash in on his four years of hobnobbing with Middle East royalty.
In July, reports emerged of Kushner's new "money-management firm" called Affinity Partners in Miami. Journalists couldn't glean at the time what this firm was planning to do exactly. What it's going to do is less important than where the money is coming from.
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