The Newest: Kushner Cos. got huge loans after WH meetings

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Most Recent on White Home senior advisor Jared Kushner’s reduced security clearance (perpetuity local):10:30 p.m.The New York Times reports that two business made loans worth majority a billion dollars to Jared Kushner’s family realty company after executives met Kushner at the White House.In this Feb. 20, 2018 image, White Home senior adviser Jared

Kushner, center, listens as Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks throughout a Security Council meeting on the circumstance in Palestine at United Nations head office. Kushner has actually lost his access to the nation’s inmost tricks, which might be troublesome in his function managing the Trump administration’s efforts to produce Mideast peace.(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) In a call with The Associated Press Wednesday night, Kushner Cos. spokesperson

Christine Taylor confirmed the loans but said the implication that Kushner’s position in the White House had actually impacted the company’s relationships with lenders is “without substantiation.”Kushner is a White Home senior consultant and the son-in-law of President Donald Trump.A representative for Kushner’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, states Kushner”has actually had no function in the Kushner Business because joining the government.”The Times reports that private equity firm Apollo Global Management provided$184 million to Kushner Cos., and banking giant Citigroup provided Kushner Cos. and among its partners $325 million. ___ 5:20 p.m.White Home senior advisor Jared Kushner has lost his access to the country’s deepest tricks. His trustworthiness as an arbitrator might be next.Kushner’s loss of his top-secret clearance could be

especially bothersome

in his function managing the Trump administration’s efforts to produce Mideast peace.The White Home insists that Kushner’s task will be untouched by this week’s downgrade to his security clearance. The new limitations on Donald Trump’s son-in-law’s access to info may well reduce his work-and raise questions about his durability

in the West Wing.Former U.S. and international authorities say that even if Kushner stays, his task will not be the same.FILE- In this Nov. 1, 2017, file picture, White House senior advisor Jared Kushner listens as President Donald Trump speaks throughout a cabinet meeting at the White Home in Washington. Politico is reporting that the security clearance of White House senior adviser and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner has been devalued.

(AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)