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Jared Kushner’s father, Charlie, a New Jersey real-estate tycoon, had gathered at the Fontainebleau with extended family to recall the story of the exodus—the flight of the ancient Hebrews from Egypt, hard labor and plagues, the Golden Calf, the tablets broken, the spirit of the Lord always before them, a column of smoke in the daytime, a column of fire at night.
The tension was high even before Charlie thought he spotted Billy and his son Jacob whispering, laughing. Charlie shouted down the table, over the shank bone and salt water that is the bitter tears of our people: “You’re so pious?
Go on, Billy, and tell your kids how pious you are.”Everyone knew what Charlie meant—he’d discovered his brother-in-law was having an office affair a few years before.
Esther begged: “Don’t say any more.”“You’re a fucking putz! To Jared, his father was a good man embattled by free-riders, “siblings that he literally made wealthy for doing nothing.” It was just another battle at just another Seder—Jews at play—but would have consequences. Jared Kushner’s Grandma Rae hid with Jewish partisans in Poland during World War II—that’s where she met Joseph Kushner, a carpenter.
When they reached New York, in 1949, they had as little as people can have—they’d lost their money and possessions, language, everything.
Joseph worked construction in New Jersey, which was booming.
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