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Report: Kushner Didn’t Report Art Collection on Disclosures

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner reportedly failed to disclose his multi-million dollar art collection on his financial disclosure forms. Other top administration officials, including Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, disclosed the value of their respective art collections. A lawyer for Kushner, who is President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and a top adviser, told Artnet that the art was only for “decorative purposes,” but “to avoid any doubt, however, they will report their art collection.” The art in the couple’s Manhattan condo is said to be worth millions. It is often routine for officials to update their financial disclosures.