Kushner and Mnuchin have reportedly raised $3.5 billion from Arab states since leaving office.
Saudi Arabia put a combined $3 billion into Kushner's and Mnuchin's funds, The New York Times said.
The Times reported both men held meetings with their investors while working in the White House.
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Jared Kushner, a former senior advisor to President Donald Trump, and former Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin raised a combined $3.5 billion from Arab monarchies within six months of leaving the office, The New York Times reported.
Shortly after Trump left office, Mnuchin launched a fund, Liberty Capital, and Kushner followed soon after, launching Affinity Partners in July.
Within six months, Affinity Partners had secured a $2 billion investment from the Saudi sovereign-wealth fund, The Times reported in April. »