Fox News host Laura Ingraham recently interviewed Jared Kushner on her show (The Ingraham Angle), mainly focusing on the issue of security clearances in the White House, including his—but laughed off a question together with Ingraham.
Kushner asks Ingraham “am I a threat to national security?”
For the most part, Kushner acts like a fairy throughout much of the interview, while Ingraham makes sure to not go near issues pertaining to Israel. Obviously when it comes to Israel, there are verifiable problems, such as Kushner's ongoing conflict of interest with Genie Energy.
One Genie Energy shareholders that has remained in the White House is Jason Greenblatt.
The interview also follows Kushner being defended by his father, Charles Kushner, in an op-ed published in the Washington Post last month. This occured around the same time that the Trump administration started moving forward with recognizing the Golan Heights, where Genie Energy operates, for Israel.
The House Oversight Committee has since issued a subpoena over the security clearance issue, as well as due to White House whistleblower Tricia Newbold, who raised alarm about 25 security clearances approved by the Trump administration despite issues—including conflicts of interest.
This would obviously include the presence of Genie Energy and parent company IDT Corporation.
What may make Genie Energy President Ira Greenstein likely to be included in Newbold's memorandum on the matter, is a previous report about uncertified White House financial disclosures, where Greenstein was flagged.
Ironically, Greenstein's friend Sebastian Gorka lied by omission to Ingraham on Fox News a year ago, when asked about U.S. missile strikes against Syria.