Spouse ofIvanka Trumpthe “favorite daughter” of the former American president Donald Trump, and main adviser to the latter during his time at the White House, from 2016 to 2020, Jared Kushner was particularly asset on international issues, particularly on the Middle East, his father-in-law regularly claiming that he made a point of putting an end to the Israeli-Arab conflict. His memoirs, published on August 23 in the United States by Broadside Books, were therefore particularly awaited, many hoping to discover secrets and indiscretions about the diplomatic work carried out behind the scenes, for four years, by the teams of the Trump administration.
What to remember from the meeting of Mohammed VI, Jared Kushner and Meir Ben Shabbat
Breaking History contains, of fact, some revelations, in particular on the various files discussed with Morocco. Qualifier Mohammed VI a “very astute businessman widely appreciated by his people”, speaking of Morocco as a “stable country which will guarantee the security of the region and prevent the deployment of terrorist groups such as Daesh or Boko Haram”, Jared Kushner first talks about his first meeting with the sovereign, on April 28, 2019.