President Donald Trump is considering naming his son-in-law Jared Kushner White House chief of staff, HuffPost reported Thursday.
One unnamed “top Republican close to the White House” told HuffPost that Kushner had met with Trump about the job Wednesday, and two unnamed sources “close to Trump or the White House” confirmed Kushner’s interest in the position.
One unnamed source told HuffPost that Kushner had been “pushing his own candidacy with Trump.”
CBS News’ Major Garrett also reported that Kushner was under consideration:
.@MajorCBS confirms: Jared Kushner is under consideration for White House chief of staff.
— Grace Segers (@Grace_Segers) December 13, 2018
And BuzzFeed News’ Tarini Parti reported that the situation is still uncertain.
Hearing from multiple sources close to the White House that while the chief of staff situation remains very fluid, Kushner is not to their knowledge under consideration.
— Tarini Parti (@tparti) December 13, 2018
Read HuffPost’s report here.
This post has been updated.