Citing officials familiar with intelligence information on the matter, the Post reported that government operatives in China, Israel, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates talked about Kushner's lack of foreign policy experience, his complicated business operations and his financial difficulties as a possible means of exploiting him.
Kushner has also failed to mention several meetings with foreign officials in the past.
The Post reported that it is unclear if any of the governments acted on the discussions, but that it has caused concern in the White House.
Sources told the Post that concerns over potential manipulation or exploitation is part of the reason Kushner has not been to get a permanent security clearance and has had his temporary clearance reduced to secret.
Among the nations discussing ways to influence Kushner, who is President Trump’s son-in-law, were the United Arab Emirates, China, Israel and Mexico, current and former officials said https://t.co/uzOxjvadGl