The recently announced Jared Kushner government role is a clear nod to the priorities of the new administration. Kushner has some big plans for the future of the United States, and he’s already taking the necessary steps to achieve his vision for the country.
On March 27, Kushner, 36, was named the head of the White House Office of American Innovation, a new initiative tasked with revamping the government using strategies usually associated with businesses.
"The government should be run like a great American company," the President’s son-in-law told The Washington Post on Sunday. "Our hope is that we can achieve successes and efficiencies for our customers, who are the citizens."
According to CBS News, early projects for the office include plans to overhaul the Veteran Affairs system and address the country's opioid addiction problem.
Kushner's presence in the White House, much like wife Ivanka's, has continued to draw controversy for the First Family; they've continuously has been accused of using their new positions for their own personal gain.
The Trump-Kushners' very presence in D.C. is also causing some headaches for the locals. Neighbors have frequently complained of too many 'No Parking' signs around their house, multiple cars parked out front at a time, and no following the trash schedule.