(Photo by John Parra/Getty Images for GREY GOOSE)Like his father-in-law, Kushner makes his living primarily by orchestrating billion-dollar real estate deals.He took over the family business after his father, Charles Kushner, was sent to federal prison for tax evasion, witness tampering, and campaign finance violations, according to CNN.Sounds a lot like another famous New York City tower to me.
But politics and business aside, the couple try to lead a fairly normal life. "I'm very happy about it," father of the bride-to-be Donald Trump told Us "They make a magnificent couple." In Gabriel Sherman's recent profile of Kushner for New York magazine, Ivanka said that she and Jared are perfect for each other in that they are both workaholics." Ivanka tweeted (the Huffington Post has confirmed the authenticity of the Ivanka Trump Twitter account).WWD reports that Kushner surprised Trump Wednesday with a 5.22 carat cushion-cut diamond with a platinum and diamond mounting from Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry, her signature jewelry line."Whenever we see them we’re like, the best deal we ever made!"DORAL, FL - MARCH 07: Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump attend the Carolina Herrera Fashion Show with GREY GOOSE Vodka at the Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral on March 7, 2014 in Doral, Florida.I'm happy for him when he is in the office working late.I know how good that feels when you sit down and return e-mails." She also added that she and Kushner had plans to marry, but were not yet officially engaged, and discussed her pending conversion to Judaism: Dating Ivanka was fraught with family peril.One of the jokes I first started making when Jared and I first started dating is, I'm a New Yorker, I'm in real estate.Ivanka Trump's husband Jared Kushner (left) has defended his father-in-law (right) over his apparent use of anti-Semitic imagery, insisting the presidential hopeful is 'an incredibly loving and tolerant person'She was referring specifically to an image Trump tweeted out on July 2, which had Hillary Clinton's face over stacks of 0 bills and positioned next to a six-pointed star, which had the words 'Most Corrupt Candidate Ever! In her article, Schwartz wrote: 'I responded to the meme, calling out its blatant anti-Semitic imagery because people can play ignorant, blame the corrupt liberal media for trying to 'get' Trump, but it takes only a basic knowledge of world history or an understanding of how symbols work to see a wall of cash, a Star of David, and the accusation of corruption and not see the subtext.'But deny or play dumb as you might, when I tweeted out my response, my worst fears were realized: his message, whether purposeful or inadvertent, was met with cheers by those to whom that star's message was certainly clear.