Former Trump adviser Peter Navarro suggests Jared Kushner faked cancer diagnosis for sympathy to sell his memoir

  • Jared Kushner wrote in his book that he was treated for thyroid cancer while in the White House.

  • Peter Navarro said he never saw any signs of pain in Kushner, suggesting he made it up.

  • Most thyroid cancers do not present early in the disease. Navarro is also not Kushner’s friend.

Former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro has suggested that Jared Kushner falsified claims that he had cancer to help sell copies of his upcoming memoir.

Trump’s son-in-law I have written In his book Breaking History: A White House Memoir, he says he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and underwent treatment while working at the White House as a senior adviser. The New York Times reported.

According to the book, Kushner was diagnosed in October 2019 and tried to hide the illness from Trump, but the then president eventually found out.

In a Thursday night interview with Newsmax, Navarro was asked. Shared by MediaiteI wonder why Kushner hid his diagnosis from Trump.

“That thyroid thing came out of nowhere,” Navarro said. I think it’s just sympathy to try to sell the book.”

Navarro has repeatedly criticized Kushner in the past, and this is one example of many feuds among those in Trump’s orbit.

according to mayo clinic and British National Health ServiceThyroid cancer can cause swelling and pain in the neck, sore throat, and difficulty swallowing, but it often has no obvious signs or symptoms in the early stages of the disease. The Times reported that he said the cancer was discovered early.

Navarro went on to call Kushner a “one-man wrecking crew” whose “only qualification was that he was the son-in-law of his boss.”

Representatives for Trump and Broadside Books, the publisher of Kushner’s memoir, did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.

Navarro criticized Kushner in his 2021 book, In Trump Time: A Journal of America’s Plague Year, with particular emphasis on “Project Airbridge.” Flies personal protective equipment from Asian manufacturers to US hospital suppliers.

Navarro writes that Kushner’s project has undermined U.S. PPE manufacturers, and that economic trends like Kushner’s “will drive the country further into the chasm of reliance on foreign imports. It helped boost the trade deficit.”

Other revelations from Kushner’s memoir include John Kerry, who served as Trump’s chief of staff from 2017 to 2019. I secretly listened to the president’s phone calls at the timeWhen knocked out once Ivanka Trump, wife of Kushner and daughter of Donald Trump. Kelly strongly denied the allegations of imposition.

Earlier this week, the Justice Department sued Navarro It demanded the surrender of communications sent and received by Trump while he worked at the White House, and accused him of “wrongfully retaining” records that should have been turned over to the National Archives after Trump resigned.

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