"There must be 60 hotels in Washington. I don't believe the mattresses in the Trump hotel are any better. This is just weird," Richard Painter said.
The forms were referred to the Justice Department following a complaint by the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).
It is “mind-boggling how someone can have that many errors and that many amendments and keep their job,” a spokesman for a watchdog group said.
Kushner’s office “ignored” Freedom of Information Act requests, an attorney for Food & Water Watch said.
Kushner’s access to classified information even on a short-term basis “appears to represent a security threat,” the complaint states.
Staff should beware of laws against using the government to help and hurt media companies, experts say.