The husband of Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, and former senior adviser to Trump, Kushner is reportedly seeking to establish "a simpler relationship" with his father in law, after dropping out of politics, The New York Times reported on Saturday, citing a small “circle of advisers.”
According to the newspaper, Kushner "wants to focus on writing his book and establishing a simpler relationship" with his father in law.
Recent reports claimed that Kushner and his wife had “checked out of politics”, distancing themselves from the violent political turmoil that followed in the wake of the most recent US presidential election.
Trump’s son-in-law was also earlier said to be working on a book devoted to his own personal experience as a senior adviser to his father in law.
Kushner, while serving as a senior advisor to Trump, assisted in negotiations in the Middle East. His diplomatic efforts resulted, in part, in the so-called Abraham Accords; agreements between Israel and a number of Arab states to normalize relations. Earlier, he welcomed the efforts of US President Joe Biden’s administration to negotiate the possible reconstruction of 2015 Iranian nuclear deal (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, JCPOA) that his father in law unilaterally ditched in 2018.