Trump adviser's family business scraps China sales pitch

Trump adviser's family business scraps China sales pitchThe real estate company owned by the family of US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser withdrew Friday from a sales pitch to Chinese investors after it sparked an uproar. White House aide Jared Kushner’s sister headlined events in Beijing and Shanghai last weekend to seek more than $ 150 million in investment in a US luxury apartment complex. Nicole Kushner Meyer urged wealthy Chinese to buy stakes through the EB-5 visa program that offers US residency in exchange for at least $ 500,000 investment in a US business that must also create at least 10 American jobs.



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