Jared Kushner’s Memoir, Breaking History, Less Favorably Reviewed Than Anesthesia-Free Colonoscopy

Jared Kushnermemoir of, breaking history, Will release on 23 August. If you’re thinking about clicking that preorder button and wondering if it’s possible that the former first son-in-law actually wrote something worth reading, new York Times Here’s to tell you: He definitely didn’t.

In a historically barbaric review published Wednesday, book reviewer dwight garner writes that, essentially, breaking history One of the worst things he’s ever read. Undoubted, new York Times is not in the business of simply telling its audience, “This book sucks, don’t buy it unless you plan to use the pages to line your bird cage,” and so, Garner explained in detail. Here are a few things he had to say about the memoir and the person who, with the help of a ghostwriter, puts it into the world:

  • “Kushner Looks Like a Mannequin, and He Writes Like One”
  • “This book reminded me of seeing a cat licking a dog’s eye”
  • “tone is college admissions essay”
  • “easier”
  • It includes serious praise for its subject matter, such as: “Jared did an amazing job,” “Jared’s genius,” and “You deserve an award for everything you’ve done.”

Unsurprisingly, as Garner notes, Kushner is completely unaware that he only landed the gig in the White House for one reason—and it’s not because he’s a guy genius. Garner says that Kushner “writes as if he believed foreign dignitaries (and less than dignitaries) prized him in the White House because he was a man of fresh ideas, the starting point guard, Dimple Gow.” -getter,” and “little knowledge that he was in demand because, as a landslide of other reporting has demonstrated, he was in over his head, unable to contain his greed, a cocky young real estate heir, who Happened to open a lot of Big Macs next to his father. Law.” He seems completely oblivious to the fact that the people who were actually qualified for their jobs — or, you know, kind of qualified, being the Trump administration, ultimately couldn’t stand them. To boot, he ignores “almost wholly anarchy, alienation of allies, breaking of laws and norms, tinkering with dictators, the pervasive loss of America’s moral leadership, and so on, ad infinitum.” And this despite the fact that the former first son-in-law and Ivanka Trump Huh Allegedly Distancing himself from the former president, Garner reports that “Kushner’s allegiance to Trump is absolute.”

There is talk of him being denied a top secret security clearance, according to young Kush. until her father-in-law allegedly intervenedWell, it wasn’t a big deal. (Perhaps the concerns of intelligence officers, who reportedly did not think he could be trusted, should be reviewed again, given recent planning.) He still clearly believes that it was completely unfair to his father, Charles Kushner, For being prosecuted so harshly by the then US Attorney Chris Christie for (1) tax fraud and (2) hiring a prostitute to sleep with his brother-in-law, filming the encounter, and then as retaliation against his brother-in-law for cooperating with his sister-in-law with federal investigators to mail (Kushner the Younger first InsistedAccording to Christie’s 2019 memoir, that such things were a “family affair”[s],” and nothing to poke your nose at for the government.) And if that doesn’t bother you, then in reflecting on your relationship with him Mohammed bin Salman, Kushner once told readers he was not ready to turn his back on the Saudi crown prince Multiple abductions and denials,

Of that pesky little rebellion business? According to Garner, the 492-page book “ends with Kushner suggesting that he was unaware of the events of January 6 until the end of the day. He mostly avoids talking about false claims of electoral fraud.” ,” Garner says. “It seems he has no confidence beyond carefully managed appearances and the art of the deal. He wants to be on top of things, this manager, but doesn’t want to get to the bottom of anything. ,

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