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Jared Kushner Had CANCER While In The White House


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Jared Kushner quietly had cancer while serving as Trump’s senior advisor.

The news is shocking due to the fact Kushner was able to keep his diagnosis and treatment completely away from the media’s eye.

Kushner found out he had thyroid cancer while having high-level trade talks with China in 2019.

Jared then kept his cancer diagnosis a secret from everybody except for his wife Ivanka and a few of his aides, he didn’t even tell President Trump.

However, despite not telling Trump the day before Kushner was set to have surgery to get rid of his thyroid cancer, President Trump called Kushner to the Oval Office and said “are you nervous about the surgery?”

Kushner was shocked and asked Trump how he knew, to which Trump replied “I’m the President”.

Fox News reported these details:

Former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner privately battled thyroid cancer while serving as a White House adviser during the Trump administration, Fox News confirmed.

Kushner, who is now 41, and served as a senior advisor to Trump, learned he likely had thyroid cancer in October 2019 during high-level trade talks with China, but was private about his diagnosis.

“As this high-wire act of trade talks with the Chinese progressed, I had to confront an unexpected and frightening personal problem,” Kushner writes in his new book, “Breaking History: A White House Memoir.”

Kushner writes that he only told his wife, Ivanka Trump, and a small circle, including his aides Avi Berkowitz and Cassidy Luna and then-chief of staff Mick Mulvaney about his diagnosis.

“With the exception of Ivanka, Avi, Cassidy, and Mulvaney, I didn’t tell anyone at the White House — including the president,” Kushner writes.

Kushner writes that before a scheduled surgery, Trump ultimately found out.

“The day before the surgery, Trump called me into the Oval Office and motioned for his team to close the door. ‘Are you nervous about the surgery?’ he asked,” Kushner writes, noting that he asked then-President Trump “how” he knew.

“‘I’m the president,'” Trump said, according to Kushner. “I know everything. I understand that you want to keep these things quiet. I like to keep things like this to myself as well. You’ll be just fine. Don’t worry about anything with work. We have everything covered here.”

The Hill had these details to add:

Jared Kushner says in a memoir being published on Aug. 23 that he had thyroid cancer during his stint as a White House senior adviser to his father-in-law, former President Trump.

“Your test results came back from Walter Reed,” White House physician Sean Conley told Kushner, according to the book, an excerpt of which was obtained by The New York Times. “It looks like you have cancer. We need to schedule a surgery right away.”

Kushner was told about his results in October 2019, while he was working on a trade deal with China, and says that he immediately asked Conley not to tell his wife, Ivanka Trump, or the president about the diagnosis.

Doctors told Kushner that a “substantial part of my thyroid” would need to be removed and that his voice could face long-term damage after surgery, although the cancer was caught early.

Kushner told only his wife, his assistant Avrahm “Avi” Berkowitz, Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson and then-White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney about his diagnosis and upcoming surgery, according to the excerpt of “Breaking History: A White House Memoir.”

He said that he wanted his absence during the surgery to go unnoticed and to “miss the least amount of time in the office,” so his appointment was scheduled for the week before Thanksgiving to “remove an unusual growth in my thyroid.”

 



 

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