Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner 'voted as a woman in electoral error'

Report claims Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House advisor Jared Kushner voted as a woman in electoral error

A news report claims this is the latest in a series of mistakes the US President's son-in-law has made on key forms

Thursday, September 28, 2017

A report has claimed Donald Trump's son-in-law voted as a women in an electoral mistake.

American magazine Wired has managed to obtain a photo of Jared Kushner's voting records. 

On the image, the gender of the White House advisor is listed as female. 

The outlet claims this would be the latest in a series of mistakes made by Kushner - who is married to the firstborn daughter of the US president, Ivanka - on key forms. 

Initially, Kushner is reported to have had to resubmit forms for key security clearances, after supposedly sending them with incomplete information - which he attributed to a mistake by his team.

According to Wired, the second mistake when he fixed the form to include meetings with foreign contacts, the third came when he included the details of a lawyer who had allegedly volunteered damaging information on Hillary Clinton.

Kushner has not yet responded to Wired's request for comment.