When you are entering an arena as big as the one that Donald Trump will be entering on on January 20th, you want to have people that you can trust at your side.
That is why that the news of who has been named his senior adviser is one that I was not too particularly surprised at, yet happy for nonetheless. You can always bounce ideas off of your friends and family, knowing that if they seem like good ideas on paper they will tell you whether or not they would work in a practical sense.
Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will be senior adviser to the president, a senior transition official told CNN Monday.
The move comes ahead of a Wednesday news conference in which Trump is expected to detail how he plans to manage his company’s conflicts-of-interest after he enters the White House.
Trump is expected to make clear in the presser that Ivanka Trump, Kushner’s wife, will not be running Trump’s company.