Ann Coulter Says Jared Kushner Could Be Taken Down for 'Buying His Harvard Admission' Before Mueller Indicts Him

Conservative political pundit Ann Coulter ripped President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner on Tuesday by asking whether he will be taken down for his father "buying" his Harvard University admission before getting indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller.

"BLIND ITEM: Which top presidential advisor could be in hot water over his father buying his Harvard admission SOONER than he'll be indicted by Mueller?" Coulter tweeted, along with the hashtag #CollegeCheatingScandal.

Though Coulter did not name Kushner in the tweet, it was obvious he was the top presidential adviser she referenced. Just an hour earlier that night, she mentioned the Kushners in reference to the college admissions scandal.

"Boy, the price has gone up! Charles Kushner paid Harvard a mere $2.5 million to get Jared into Harvard," Coulter tweeted. "CNN: Parents paid up to $6.5 million to get their kids into college. #CollegeCheatingScandal"

Kushner's acceptance into Harvard came under scrutiny again after 50 people were charged Tuesday in the largest college admissions bribery case the Department of Justice has ever prosecuted. Among those charged were major players in finance, CEOs, college sports coaches and actors, including Full House's Lori Loughlin.

ProPublica editor Daniel Golden investigated Kushner's admission into the Ivy League school in his 2006 book The Price of Admission. In 2016, Golden wrote a story about his book, zeroing in on a $2.5 million donation that Kushner's father, real estate developer Charles Kushner, made to Harvard in 1998. Kushner was accepted into the university shortly after. Golden wrote that Kushner's grades and test scores did not seem competitive enough to merit acceptance.

A spokeswoman for the family real estate business Kushner Companies, Risa Heller, said it was "false" that there was a link between Jared Kushner's admission and his father's donation.

Kushner's parents "are enormously generous and have donated over 100 million dollars to universities, hospitals and other charitable causes," Heller said at the time, adding, "Jared Kushner was an excellent student in high school and graduated from Harvard with honors."

Conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter signs books during the 41st annual Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord International Hotel and Conference Center on March 8, 2014, in National Harbor, Maryland. Coulter asked if senior White House adviser Jared Kushner "could be in hot water over his father buying his Harvard admission sooner than he'll be indicted by Mueller." T.J. Kirkpatrick/Getty Images

Coulter has targeted Kushner before. In January, she tweeted: "Maybe the solution to the border crisis is not deporting 22 million illegals but one Jared Kushner."

The In Trump We Trust author turned from passionate Trump supporter to one of his biggest conservative critics after she concluded that the president failed to deliver on his promise to build a wall at the Southern border.