Jared Kushner apparently got coronavirus advice from a Facebook group

Jared Kushner apparently got coronavirus advice from a Facebook group

When White House Senior Adviser (and presidential son-in-law) Jared Kushner needed resources to help fight the frightening coronavirus outbreak, he reportedly turned to the same place your kooky aunt might: Facebook.

Politico reported on Friday that Kurt Kloss — father-in-law to Kushner’s brother — asked for coronavirus advice in a group for emergency room doctors.

“If you were in charge of Federal response to the Pandemic what would your recommendation be. Please only serious responses,” he wrote, according to Politico. “I have direct channel to person now in charge at White House.”

Hundreds of people responded,bebe and Kloss reportedly ultimately explained that Kushner had asked for advice. The FB group Kloss consulted — called EM Docs — has almost 22,000 members and reportedly requires folks to provide credentials to join.  Read more…

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