Trump's People Pocket Saudi Billions. What About Top Israeli Officials?

The New York Times' report that Saudi Arabia put $2 billion into Jared Kushner's investment fund despite objections he was too inexperienced raises a big question: Does the deal have an Israeli angle – and could former Mossad head Yossi Cohen be involved?

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Eytan Avriel
Eytan Avriel
Eytan Avriel
Eytan Avriel

Last week, The New York Times disclosed some news that did not get the media exposure it should have in Israel. According to internal documents obtained by the paper from the Public Investment Fund, Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman put $2 billion into a new investment fund called Affinity Partners belonging to Jared Kushner, former U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law.



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