Donald Trump will definitely not be getting the endorsement of son-in-law Harold Kushner’s paper the New York Observer. Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump converted to Judaism when she married Kushner.
The Huffington Post printed a quote from the conservative’s weekly newspaper’s editor-in-chief Ken Kurson to that effect.
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— OBSERVER (@observer) November 3, 2016
Kurson said that the “Observer is not going to make an endorsement in the general.” This is so odd because the paper had endorsed Trump during the Republican primaries. It is unusual, to say the least, for a publication to not endorse the candidate in the general election who they had previously endorsed in the primaries.
And many people would have expected that Jared Kushner might have been able to finagle an endorsement for Ivanka’s daddy.
Donald Trump did get the endorsement of Sheldon Adelson’s The Las Vegas Review-Journal. But Trump has zero chance of winning New York State away from Hillary Clinton so the lack of an endorsement probably means little if anything.
But this will probably add to the already existing family tension between the Democrat Jarod Kushner, his wife Ivanka Trump and daddy in-law Donald Trump.