Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner did not disclose that he donated money to pro-Israel causes when he was attempting to persuade the United Nations Security Council to vote against a resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank, according to a report.
Newsweek reported Sunday that Kushner did not disclose his role as a co-director of the Charles and Seryl Kushner Foundation from 2006 to 2015.
The group has funded an Israeli settlement, in part, using money donated from Kushner's family foundation, according to the report.
The left-leaning American Bridge political action committee discovered Kushner's omission, calling it an apparent attempt to avoid "potential conflicts with his job negotiating Middle East peace."
President Trump made Kushner responsible for leading efforts to broker a piece deal between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.