The New York Times reports:
Jared Kushner, former President Donald J. Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer while he was serving in the West Wing, he wrote in an upcoming memoir set to be published next month.
“On the morning that I traveled to Texas to attend the opening of a Louis Vuitton factory, White House physician Sean Conley pulled me into the medical cabin on Air Force One,” Mr. Kushner wrote in “Breaking History: A White House Memoir,” to be published on Aug. 23.
His illness was one of the few pieces of information that did not leak out of one of the leakiest White Houses in modern memory. Mr. Kushner wrote little in the book about why he did not make the information public, other than to say he worked to make sure a small circle was aware of it.
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Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer while he was serving as a senior adviser in the West Wing, he wrote in a memoir to be published next month. He wrote that he wanted the diagnosis and treatment kept quiet. https://t.co/8k5pu7t6FM
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 25, 2022
Jared Kushner revealed in his forthcoming memoir that he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer while serving in the White House and didn’t tell Trump about it.https://t.co/asanBtv0uP
— Axios (@axios) July 25, 2022