The son of left-wing billionaire George Soros, Alexander Soros, has been a regular guest of the White House ever since President Joe Biden assumed office in 2021, according to official records.
The records, first reviewed by The New York Post, show the young Soros has made at least 14 trips to the White House since October 2021 and held discussions with various officials throughout 2022. It is understood his visits mainly involve representing the interests of his 92-year-old father.
Soros visited The White House on December 1st, where he met with Nina Srivastava, the assistant to Ron Klain, who was the Chief of Staff at the time. Srivastava was also involved in President Biden’s election campaign. The visit happened to coincide with a state dinner hosted by the first family in honor of French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, which the young Soros attended.
The day after Soros attended the state dinner, he held meetings with Mariana Adame, an advisor to the counselor to the president, and Jonathan Finer, the Deputy National Security Advisor.
The visitor logs also show that Soros, who is the chair of the left-wing philanthropy organization Open Society Foundations founded by his father, had made previous visits to the White House. These included meetings with Adame on October 14th, Srivastava on September 14th, and Finer on three separate occasions in 2022.
The updated log also disclosed that Soros had meetings at the White House with Kimberly Lang, a former executive assistant to the National Security Advisor, on October 6, 2022. He also held meetings with Madeline Strasser, a former Klain advisor, on October 29, 2021, and April 22, 2022.
George Soros is known to keep a low profile, influencing politics by discreetly donating huge sums to left-leaning candidates and directing funds to progressive causes through his non-profits, including the Open Society Foundations. According to its website, the foundation has distributed more than $32 billion to left-wing causes worldwide since 1984.
— Alexander Soros, PhD (@AlexanderSoros) March 17, 2023
Despite Soros’ efforts to remain under the radar, he has recently faced scrutiny for his links to former President Donald Trump’s ongoing legal troubles. This was a result of Soros’ million dollar donation in 2021 to the Color of Change political action committee, which previously supported Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney who convened the grand jury that this week indicted Trump on criminal charges related to his alleged hush-money payment to the porn actress Stormy Daniels.
Soros claims his payment to Color of Change was part of a criminal justice reform movement that seeks to eliminate bail and defund the police. However, he has denied supporting Bragg’s campaign directly, and has even claimed to have no knowledge of Bragg as a public figure.
“I don’t know him,” Soros told Semafor claiming he did not contribute to Bragg’s campaign. He also accused “some on the right” of focusing on “far-fetched” conspiracy theories linking him to Bragg, rather than “on the serious charges against the former president.”
However, records show that Soros donated $1 million to the Color of Change PAC, the largest individual donation it received in the 2022 election cycle, days after it endorsed Bragg for Manhattan District Attorney and pledged more than $1 million to suppor his candidacy. His other son, Jonathan Soros and his wife, Jennifer Allan Soros, also made donations to Bragg’s campaign,
Soros responds https://t.co/g7NcR4NMOK pic.twitter.com/o7uzZYcNbO
— Ben Smith (@semaforben) March 31, 2023
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