Jared KushnerHe shared with us that he had to deal with a serious medical issue during his time at the White House.
According to an excerpt from his memoir, the 40-year old, who is a son in law and former senior advisor of former President Donald Trump, was diagnosed with thyroid carcinoma while working at the White House in October 2019. The New York Times. In Breaking History: A White House MemoirKushner recalls the moment he found out about his diagnosis.
“On the morning that I traveled to Texas to attend the opening of a Louis Vuitton factory, White House physician Sean Conley pulled me into the medical cabin on Air Force One,”Per the outlet, he wrote. “‘Your test results came back from Walter Reed,’ he said. ‘It looks like you have cancer. We need to schedule a surgery right away.'”
Kushner stated that he preferred to keep the diagnosis secret. Kushner said that he asked the doctor at first to keep the news secret so they could meet up in person the next morning. “Please don’t tell anyone—especially my wife or my father-in-law.”(He claimed that he told his wife later). Ivanka Trump.)