Stephen Colbert Announces Jared Kushner’s New Job in Trump’s ‘Bureau of Obvious Nepotism’

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On Monday night, Late Show’s host Stephen Colbert took a break from covering the failed American Health Care Act to look at another story coming out of the White House: President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner’s new gig in the “Bureau of Obvious Nepotism,” also known as the Office of American Innovation. In the position, Kushner plans to look at how the government can work more like a successful business. Kushner, as Colbert explains, is full of great business ideas, including “being born into a wealthy real-estate family or marrying into a wealthy real-estate family.” Unfortunately, The New York Times is reporting that the Senate Intelligence Committee is planning to question Jared Kushner on his meetings with Russian officials, which might lead to murky waters as he attempts to drain the swamp in his new position.

Colbert Talks Kushner’s Job in ‘Bureau of Obvious Nepotism’