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Kushners give up control of NYC tower to ease $1.2 billion loan issue

By Bloomberg
07 August 2018   |   1:30 pm
The family firm of President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner will no longer face a $1.2 billion debt payment after giving up control of the New York tower meant to be their crown jewel.

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