In 2009 when he registered to vote, Jared Kushner did it as a woman. The failure of Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser at the White House was spotted by American Bridge, a democratic-related firm.
The reasons for the error, revealed Wednesday, by Ivanka Trump's husband, who also works for the US president, are unknown. There are only two options to fill out in the New York State voter registry: men or women.
But it seems that is not the only fault. Before being registered in New York, Kushner was in New Jersey. In the form, in the section on gender wrote "unknown", according to the newspaper The Hill.
The misdemeanors seem to be a constant in Kushner, a 36-year-old real estate mogul who lacks political experience but accumulates enormous power in the backroom of the White House. Before entering the Administration, he omitted data on his contacts with foreign officials on his form to receive a maximum security credential. He attributed it to an error of an assistant and the haste, but the Democratic opposition fears that he would try to hide something, for example his talks with the Russian ambassador.
This week, Trump's son-in-law is also known to be one of at least six senior Republican White House officials who have used a private email account to discuss official matters. It is not illegal behavior as long as you forward messages to government accounts.