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The Shade That Chelsea Clinton Just Threw At Jared Kushner's Pandemic Response Role Is As Depressing As It Is Epic

In the fight against the global pandemic, President Donald Trump recently brought in the "big guns"—his son in law, Jared Kushner.

Kushner may have no experience in the medical field.

He may already be in charge of countless other administration goals including peace in the middle east, the opioid crisis and criminal justice reform to name but a few. He may be coming into this fight long after leaders like Dr. Anthony Fauci or Mike Pence.

But Kushner has one of thing none of those other men do—he's married to Donald Trump's daughter.

On Twitter, Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Clinton, called Kushner out without naming him by pointing out how SHE was unqualified for the position he holds despite having much more expertise in the field.

There has never been another President whose nepotism was so obvious.

Chelsea Clinton hasn't been hesitant to criticize the White House's handling of the current crisis—so much of what we're now experiencing was preventable.

Twitter will always appreciate someone calling out Kushner on his incompetence.

There is literally no reason Jared Kushner should be involved with this issue.

Many wished it WERE Chelsea Clinton leading the charge.

Her knowledge of her own qualifications surely puts her ahead of Kushner's blind confidence.

Being in Trump's family is currently the most important item on a political resume.

It's also worth noting that Jared Kushner hasn't succeeded in many of the tasks given to him by the Trump administration since his father-in-law took office nearly four years ago.

Our country is going through one of its largest crises in decades. Americans deserve to know the best people are at the top, making the best decisions. That does not seem to be the case.

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