Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, has one of the most expansive portfolios ever of any White House staffer but never speaks in public.
Nor has he ever tweeted, which, given his employer’s record, might be a good thing. But he is on Twitter and follows 41 people.
These include, not surprisingly, his wife and the President. It also includes the newspaper that he bought when he was just 25 years old, and a number of journalists and publications.
These are the people and firms he follows on Twitter, in the order in which he followed them.
1. Remy Stern, chief digital officer of the New York Post
2. Joshua Kushner: that’s Jared’s brother who, according to himself (i.e. Wikipedia) is “an American businessman and investor.” Interestingly given the administration’s strong advocacy of healthcare reforms, the brother is co-founder of Oscar Health and offers his own post-election views/pitches on the matter online.
3. Donald Trump Jr.
4. Donald J. Trump
5. Ivanka Trump (profile pics)
6. Eric Trump
7. Observer Business
9. Elizabeth Spiers: “family woman, patriot, liberal media person. Formerly EIC, NY Observer; founding editor, Gawker.”
10. Business Insider
11. Joe Weisenthal, Bloomberg editor and TV anchor
12. Henry Blodget, founder and CEO of Business Insider
13. Azi, Politico reporter
14. John Koblin, TV reporter at The New York Times
15. Peter Lattman, Emerson Collective
16. Andrew Ross Sorkin, NY Times columnist/editor, CNBC host
17. Miles S. Nadal, “International Entrepreneur, Industrialist & Philanthropist”
18. Jack Dorsey, Twitter founder
19. Jack Welch, ex-chairman of General Electric
20. Gary Busey: “Oscar-nominated actor, artist, author, musician, philanthropist, dad, husband, human.\”
21. Ashton Kutcher, actor
22. Demi Moore, actor
23. Jimmy Fallon, comedian, TV host
24. Fred Wilson, “I am a VC”
25. Ben Lerer, Group Nine
26. Adam Pritzker, co-founder and chairman, General Assembly and Assembly Brands
27. Jason Binn, CEO DuJour
28. Lockhart Steele, Vox Media editorial director
29. Nate Freeman, senior staff writer at ARTnews
30. Ben Popper: editor at the Verge
31. The Wall Street Journal
32. The Real Deal
33. CNN Money
35. Gabriel Snyder, editor
36. @wise_kaplan, “New York oracle”
38. Mike Bloomberg, businessman, ex-NY mayor
39. New York Mets
40. Mets Buzz
41. Adam Rubin, assistant athletic director at the New York Institute of Technology
Sorry, no Russians.