BloombergJared Kushner, U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, filed an amended financial disclosure that included 77 items — worth at least $10 million — “inadvertently omitted” from a filing the White House released in March, including one that will require his recusal.
The updated filing, which reflected the Kushner family’s sprawling real estate holdings, detailed additions made “during the ordinary review process” with the federal Office of Government Ethics, according to a copy of the document.
The disclosure was revised 39 times since it was initially filed on March 9. Kushner received an 18-day extension for the initial submission, the document shows.
At the same time, Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and Kushner’s wife, submitted her own financial disclosure form to the federal Office of Government Ethics. Both were released by a White House official late Friday. Between them, the couple disclosed assets worth at least $269 million, the forms show. The ethics agency hasn’t yet approved Ivanka Trump’s filing.