New York City, NY Jared Kushner, a senior level White House official and son-in-law of President Donald Trump, is in talks to follow in his father-in-law’s footsteps by selling steak in his real estate company, according to a report by Bon Appetit Magazine.
He is reportedly in the late stages of negotiating a deal to sell steak at WiredScore, to groups of investors that include Los Angeles-based Fifth Wall Ventures, the report announced. Bon Appetit was unable to determine the name or retail price of the steak or if they would be available on the open market.
Capitol Hill insiders on both sides of the aisle are scratching their heads over this latest move, taking into account the colossal failure that was Trump Steaksâ„¢ in 2007. Asked if he too would partner up with The Sharper Image to help promote the steak, Kushner offered only, “No comment.”
As for Trump Steaksâ„¢, you can no longer buy them, and the websites that once sold the frozen meat slabs are now relegated to the Internet archives.
Time will tell if history repeats itself or if Kushner can do something his successful father-in-law never could…dominate the corporate steak market.