Jared Kushner Reveals He Had Cancer At Trump’s White House

(FreedomBeacon.com)- Former president Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has a memoir coming out next month and according to the New York Times, which received excerpts, Kushner reveals in his memoir that he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in October 2019.

When you think of how many leaks came out of the Trump White House, it is rather striking that Kushner having cancer was kept hidden for so long.

In his memoir “Breaking History: A White House Memoir,” Kushner recounts learning from the White House physician of his cancer diagnosis while traveling to Texas aboard Air Force One to visit the opening of a Louis Vuitton factory.

White House physician Sean Conley had pulled Kushner into the medical cabin and let him know that his test results from Walter Reed showed he had cancer and he would need to schedule surgery “right away.”

Kushner told Conley to keep it quiet even from Ivana and Trump out of fear that the news would cause issues with his role as an advisor to the president.

Kushner had surgery to remove the mass on his thyroid scheduled for the following month on the Friday before Thanksgiving so his absence from the White House might go unnoticed. He kept it quiet from everyone except Ivanka, former chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, and two other people.

But the day before his scheduled surgery, Trump called Kushner into the Oval Office and asked him if he was nervous about the surgery.

A stunned Kushner asked the president how he knew about it, and Trump said, “I’m the president. I know everything.”

A substantial portion of Kushner’s thyroid was removed during the operation and the biopsy confirmed it was cancer.

“Thank God we caught it early,” Kushner writes in his memoir.