Vanity Fair reported WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann had helped the White House adviser and President Donald Trump‘s son-in-law Jared Kushner produce a video promoting his Israel-Palestine peace plan.
Two sources told Vanity Fair that Neumann dispatched a WeWork executive to enlist an advertising firm to create “a slick video for Kushner that would showcase what an economically transformed West Bank and Gaza would look like.”
On Monday, the BuzzFeed News technology reporter Ryan Mac tweeted what he believes to be footage of Kushner presenting the video that Neumann reportedly helped him make at a conference in Bahrain.
It opens with a shot of greenery sprouting up and blooming in the poverty-stricken regions of Gaza and West Bank, which represents Kushner’s plans to bring “prosperity” to the region.
WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann reportedly helped the White House adviser and President Donald Trump‘s son-in-law Jared Kushner cut a video promoting his Middle East peace plan, which a BuzzFeed News reporter has now apparently unearthed.
WeWork has seen a dramatic and highly publicized crash and burn throughout 2019. The startup’s valuation dropped by billions of dollars, its initial public offering was delayed, and the company’s future is left uncertain amid massive layoffs and turnover in its executive team, with SoftBank now coming to its rescue.