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White House staffers think Jared Kushner is a loser and make fun of him behind his back. Sad!

This just in: Jared Kushner is the second biggest laughing stock inside the White House, Politico reports.

Multiple independent sources say that Ivanka’s husband is not particularly well-liked at work. He’s not even kinda sorta liked. In fact, most of the people actually think he’s a total loser and make fun of him behind his back.

Sounds like middle school all over again.

One source describes Kushner as a “shrewd self-promoter, knowing how to take credit–and shirk blame–whenever it suits him.”

Another senior administration official jokes, “He’s saving the government and the Middle East at the same time!”

“This guy who is supposed to be good at everything is totally out of his depth,” a third person says.

Related: Shocker: Ivanka Trump’s D.C. neighbors absolutely cannot stand living next to her

36-year-old Kushner has been given a litany of important tasks, none of which he’s even remotely qualified for, including working as a senior adviser to his father-in-law, overseeing the Office of American Innovation, tackling Veterans’ Affairs, taking on trade, tax, and health care reform, coming up with a plan to build a wall along the border of Mexico, and finding creative ways to “reduce bureaucracy.” Oh, and brokering peace in the Middle East.

White House staffers have even begun passing around satirical news articles about the President’s son-in-law and laughing behind his back. According to Politico:

On Wednesday, White House staffers and outside allies passed around a story from the parody website The Onion indicating that Kushner had “quietly moved the task ‘solve Middle East crisis’ to his to-do list for next week” because “there was simply too much on his plate right now to bring stability to the fractious region by end of day Friday.” Kushner did not see the piece, a person close to him said.

Insiders also say Kushner and Trump are bizarrely co-dependent on one another. Jared is often the last person Donald talks to before going to bed (sorry, Melania!), and that the two guys often dine together and spend most of their free time and weekends together, as well.

Yep, that sounds pretty much like two guys who have zero friends.

But at least one source close to Kushner says that all the people who make fun of him behind his back are just a bunch of jealous bitches.

“Everyone is jealous,” the person tells Politico, adding that Kushner is “the ultimate decider. Mostly people are jealous.”

Jealous. Riiiiight.

Related: Ivanka Trump’s husband Jared Kushner has a serious problem wearing pants

Photo credit: Forbes

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45 Comments

  • Mo Bro

    “This guy who is supposed to be good at everything is totally out of his depth . . .”
    Pretty sure that was a past White House employee being quoted on Obama’s presidency.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      The popular President Obama is missed. Our nation healed under his thoughtful stewardship. Our country went from the brink of depression to the lowest unemployment since 1973. I wonder how Trump will be remembered.

    • DCguy

      This particular screen name of the one troll makes it very obvious that they are simply a paid troll. There is nothing about Kushner that should cause you to knee jerk try to change the topic off of him and onto Obama. Even Trump Supporters aren’t particularly taken with him.

      So the fact that immediately your reaction isn’t to try to argue against the post…which you can’t. You just desperately want to alter the topic. In other words, a paid troll with an agenda.

    • CaliKyle

      Oh, please. One need not be an Obama supporter to know that the notion of Kushner as global peace broker and ingenious innovator of American government is as preposterous as it is impossible. Especially for someone as unremarkable and mediocre as he is. Kushner’s father donated quarter of a mill to get him into Harvard and more than two mill to get his ass into law school. Jared Kushner is a loser. But he’s a rich loser so he can buy what he himself could not, cannot earn on his own merits.

    • DMRX

      A quick Google search proves you wrong.
      But nice try.

    • Mo Bro

      @1EqualityUSA:
      @CaliKyle:
      @DMRX:
      Geez, guys, I was just poking fun at Obama, kind of like you love to tear viciously into President Trump and his family. No need to go all snowflakey on me. Lighten up.
      @DCguy:
      You certainly do love to see your conspiratorial rants onscreen, don’t you?

    • DMRX

      @Mo Bro: Spey I doesn’t get your joke. Past that, I just can’t begin to see how you could joke about this. There are lives at stake.

    • DMRX

      Ugh…
      One of these days I’ll remember to proofread before sending.
      *sorry I didn’t get your joke…

    • 1EqualityUSA

      At least proxy-boy didn’t try to use “bone spurs” to get out of going away. Where are those bone spurs on Trump’s body? He didn’t want his medical records released. (“C.T. with contrast reveals one massive spur from the transverse foramen to the papillae scalpus corpus delicti…”)

  • Xzamilloh

    The way I see it, most of those attached to Donald Trump need to get as much out of this term as they can, because they have all but torpedoed their careers after this incompetent boob. At the same time, he and his wife/second stepmother Ivanka did stop Agent Orange from rolling back some pertinent anti-discrimination orders for LGBT workers, so at least he’s there to stop this moron from doing worse than he already has.

    • Xzamilloh

      I also speculate that if he weren’t in the Trump pocket, the articles would be a lot more thirsty when covering him… he does have that “it” factor that so many on here secretly lust after… not me, but I see it.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      cough-cough, Gorsuch, cough, John Finney’s apprentice, hack, NOM’s Robert P. George’s nestling, woof, Religious liberty sniff.

    • Xzamilloh

      Did you have a stroke and then press “Post Comment”?

    • 1EqualityUSA

      Ha!

    • Xzamilloh

      Love you :)

  • DMRX

    Poor guy doesn’t even realize that trump is putting him in charge of so many things just so the cheeto has someone to blame when it goes biggly bad.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      Qassim Al-Rami will be the first to tell you how impetuous boys, playing with army men at the dinner table, just five days in office, without due process in the Situation Room, can end up killing 30 civilians (some women and children) and kill a member of Navy SEAL, Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens team 6 (whose father refused to speak with Trump) and harm others, resulting in no actual intelligence gathered. I hope he haunts their dreams every night.

      “Why at this time did there have to be this stupid mission when it wasn’t even barely a week into his administration? Why? For two years prior, there were no boots on the ground in Yemen — everything was missiles and drones — because there was not a target worth one American life. Now, all of a sudden we had to make this grand display?”

      http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/02/27/517496770/father-of-navy-seal-killed-in-yemen-raid-has-harsh-words-for-trump

    • DMRX

      I’m not sure what that comment has to do with my post. I’m not the one who needs to be convinced that neither the president nor his advisers are qualified for their positions.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      an example of “bigly bad.” Sorry, mate.

  • KaiserVonScheiss

    I don’t know what his qualifications are, but I’d f*** him.

    • MediaGuy

      OMG, I’d fu*k him too. And, I’d swallow.

    • Heywood Jablowme

      We finally agree on something, Kaiser. Hell hath frozen over!

  • profiteering

    I don’t know the guy so I’m not going to take the time to pick him apart. However, it has been reported numerous times that he and his wife are advocates for our community – and have been vocal of that inside the White House. I find his boss repugnant and disgusting, but I’m not going to crucify his son-in-law just because of the family he married into. The best way to counter a closed-minded administration is to make sure that our minds remain open, and that we don’t demonize people we’ve never met.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens will likely attest that the lad, though appearing LGBT-friendly, has no business flying the plane. He’s not qualified. As for us, the Supreme Court seat that was stolen from President Obama will take care of any political incursions. Trump and his slinky brood will not have to lift a finger to harm us, with Gorsuch onboard for his life-long, illegitimate gig. This seat belongs to Merrick Garland; were Gorsuch honorable and just, he would recommend Merrick Garland. Justice doesn’t count when Republicans want their way.

  • profiteering

    We completly agree on Merrick Garland. As Michelle Obama told us many times, “when they go low, we go high.” Getting into the business of character destruction is cheap – and I refuse to “win” by playing by Republican rules. Nothing they say, nothing they do, will teach me to hate Republicans as they hate us. As Dr. King said, “Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars… Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”

    • 1EqualityUSA

      and votes.

  • MediaGuy

    What a shitty, petty, libelous “article”. You know NOTHING about what White House staff think about Kushner. You haters have absolutely no source for this info, and it is just a gratuitous fantasy from scum of the earth.

    • DCguy

      Awwww, how cute, Mo Bro came up with another screename. This one is “Media Guy”.

      And sweetie, please look up libel before you claim to know what it means.

  • natekerchel

    MediaGuy – talk about overreaction! Typical right wing vitriolic response. I for one don’t ‘hate’ anyone, nor do I claim to know what goes on in the White House. I just say this – when you cut through all the nonsense the truth is simple – Kushner is in that job because of his family connection only. If Cruz or Bush currently occupied the White House – extremely unlikely I know – would Kushner be anywhere near the Oval Office? No. The only qualification he has for his position is a marriage certificate. I don’t know who likes or dislikes him in the White House- and I don’t care to be honest. Amongst the myriad of unprofessional and ‘un-Presidential’ behaviours displayed by trump, nepotism rides high.

    • mhoffman953

      In fairness, Trump appointed him to an advisory role based on his advice given during the campaign which ultimately helped Trump in critical swing states. He trusts Jared’s opinion on many issues. If Cruz or Bush would’ve won, they would’ve most likely picked people whose opinions they trust.

      But its not like Trump allowed special interests to pick his cabinet or advisers like our previous President who allowed Citigroup to influence John Podesta in choosing his cabinet:
      https://www.reddit.com/r/DNCleaks/comments/57t8ee/the_biggest_bombshell_from_podestas_emails/
      http://observer.com/2016/10/obama-makes-first-appearance-in-wikileaks-receives-admin-list-from-big-banker/

    • gayjim1969

      mhoffman–Trump’s cabinet is made up of special interests–Wall Street insiders, big business interests, big oil, fellow billionaires–the same people he claimed he would make pay a more equitable burden, but so far, all of his plans benefit the rich to the detriment of the lower classes.

      Unfortunately, neither Trump or his son-in-law have any experience in the positions which they have found themselves; and it shows. They are out of their depth and don’t seem to be good at listening to the people who are good at governing.

      If the reports are accurate, Ivanka may have married a carbon copy of her father–as daughters often do.

  • DavidIntl

    Like it or not, this administration is going to be in power for at least the next four years. As such, it seems unwise for a group like Queerty to be going after one of the people in that administration who, on social issues important to us, serves as a valuable counterweight to the likes of Mike Pence and Steve Bannon.

    • natekerchel

      If he is a counterweight then he is not doing a very good job so far, and if you have any integrity whatsoever you do not serve in an ‘administration’ that you disagree with fundamentally. This ‘administration’ will be judged in the end as a collective, not as just one man. Whoever took part in its policies and decisions have individual as well as collective responsibility. He makes himself a target.

  • Herman75

    If the White House was draining funds into off shore banks in Cypress and Panama, I wonder if anyone would know it. That seems to be the objective or world leaders now from Turkey, to Iceland, to Moscow to Syria. Make a fvcking sh!tload of money while pretending to run the ship, or really, running the ship means pocketing unimaginable huge sums of cash.

    • Herman75

      …left out China and North Korea.

  • jckfmsincty

    Our country is being run by a bunch of dangerous, incompetent buffoons.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      Let’s, please remember this sentiment in 2018. A new census is coming out in 2020. We could grind the GOP into the gravel, politically. Join Indivisible and fight. Complacency bites. I’m tired of Russia, so tedious and backward, but not so tired that I lose interest in it. Regressive, not Progressive, this is our country today. Fight like you mean it. Leave nobody behind on the battlefield. Turtle and Serf have got to go. Maybe McConnell and Ryan can open a seafood place, Serf ‘n’ turt.

  • natekerchel

    The main reason we have trump , kushner et al infesting the White House in the first place is because we were complacent. They preached a message of intolerance and division against ours of ‘more of the same’ essentially. Hillary failed to understand that there was a huge undercurrent of discontent that would not be happy with more of the same. They felt left out, cheated out of economic growth after the 2008 melt down. That should have been a sure fire winning point to hammer away at for Hillary – the greedy right wing capitalists like trump caused the economic melt down – Obama cleaned it up. Instead she focused on the personality of the man. Opinion polls told her it made no difference – people wanted to hear something more. Too complacent. Then failing to get the voters out to vote. Again too complacent. Our side has to bear some responsibility for people like kushner being in the White House. We should be doing now what we failed to do during the campaign – attack and attack and attack again. But its what they do we should be attacking rather just the personalities, however vile they may be.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      The more financially stressed a society becomes, intolerance towards those who are different surges. The Republicans took advantage of this undercurrent. It’s a world stage now and having someone with so little knowledge dabbling in it is dangerous.

  • Heywood Jablowme

    Jared Kushner may be the ANTICHRIST!

    The Kushner family business is run out of 666 Fifth Avenue! (Which I’m pretty sure is the building behind Jared in the photo.)

    666! The end times have come!

    • 1EqualityUSA

      Let’s get Mitt Romney to pin the lad down and buzz his head. The birthmark’s got to be there.

  • gary69mike

    Oh well… he is worth $700 million.

    • gary69mike

      and he does have a hot wife. And my guess is that he probably keeps her satisfied. His hands are much bigger than Donald’s. ;)

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