The new book by Vicky Ward - who has published investigative books on NY real estate mogul Harry Macklowe as well as the Lehman Brothers - called "Kushner Inc." not only details the couple's accent, but also their role as "chief enablers" to President Trump.
"Don't you want to serve your country?" "Young man", Corallo replied, "my three years at the butt end of an M16 checked that box".
Some days after that conversation about public service, Corallo got a call from a reporter, an old friend.
Ward, editor at large at HuffPo, 'digs beneath the myth the couple has created, depicting themselves as the voices of reason in an otherwise insane presidency, and reveals that Jared and Ivanka are not just the President's chief enablers: they, like him, appear disdainful of rules, of laws, and of ethics, ' according to the book's summary.
"They talk to you as if they grew up in an ivory tower, which they did - but they have no idea how normal people perceive, understand, intuit", someone close to the legal team told Ward, adding that they seemed like "the type of people who, if you don't pretty much indicate quickly that you're happy to shove your head up their ass, you're immediately a threat".
Cohn eventually left the White House in March 2018 in the wake of a battle with the President over steel and aluminum tariffs.
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On Tuesday, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders denounced the book a week before its publication date, suggesting certain anecdotes as relayed by Ward are inaccurate and characterizing her book as a work of "fiction".
Ivanka Trump's comments came after the president initially blamed both sides for the violence, a day later condemned the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis, and a day after that said there were "some very fine people" on both sides of a clash that pitted anti-fascist protesters against marchers who had chanted "Jews will not replace us".
"Get rid of my kids; get them back to New York", he allegedly told Kelly in 2017, the New York Times reports, complaining they "didn't know how to play the game".
In a statement to The Times, a spokesman for Abbe Lowell, Kushner's attorney, flatly rejected the claims made in the book.
According to the book, Kelly told the president at the time that it would be problematic to fire them but later agreed with Trump that they "would make life hard enough to force the pair to offer their resignations". The author, on her own website, listed this book in the category of "fiction" - until recently changing it.