#6258551 at 2019-04-21 04:17:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8003: Stand up for Sarah Edition
The Donald Trump Jewish Zionist PSYOP
ReedCordish (Jewish) - Assistant for Intragovernmental and Technology Initiatives to President Trump, The White House
Delos Cosgrove (Jewish) - Member, President Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum
Elisabeth DeVos (Jewish spouse: Richard DeVos, Jr.) - Donor, Trump Victory Fund; Secretary, United States Department of Eduation
Gil Dezer (Jewish) - President, Trump Dezer Development
Michael Dezer (Jewish) - Founder, Trump Dezer Development
James Dimon (Jewish spouse: Judith Kent) - Member, President Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum
Boris Epshteyn (Jewish) - Senior Adviser, Donald J. Trump for President; Communications Director, Trump Presidential Inaugural Committee; Assistant Communications Director for Surrogate Operations and Special Assistant to President Trump, The White House
Stephen Feinberg (Jewish) - Donor, Trump Victory Fund; Donor, Rebuilding America Now PAC; Member, Trump Economic Advisory Council
Laurence Fink (Jewish) - Member, President Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum
Alan Fishman (Jewish) - Chairman, Ladder Capital (Donald Trump's second largest lender)
David Friedman (Jewish) - Co-Chairman, Israel Advisory Committee for Donald Trump; United States Ambassador to Israel
Samuel Fox (Jewish) - Vice-Chairman, Trump Victory Committee
Alan Garten (Jewish) - Executive Vice President and General Counsel, The Trump Organization
Bruce Gelb (Jewish) - Endorser, Donald J. Trump for President
Michael Glassner (Jewish) - Deputy Campaign Manager and National Political Director, Donald J. Trump for President; Special Advisor for Operations, Trump Presidential Transition Team
#3328371 at 2018-10-04 16:41:02 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4217: Due Process, Fairness and Common Sense Edition
Was ReedCordish a mole? ReedCordish, a top technology advisor to President Donald Trump, is leaving the White House. Cordish had been involved in a range of policy initiatives, including prison reform, infrastructure enhancement and work-force development. Cordish is close to Trump's daughter, Ivanka, and her husband, Jared Kushner.
#3328211 at 2018-10-04 16:24:50 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4216: Faceless, Fameless and Fearless Edition
People are saying this is in reference to ReedCordish
ReedCordish was the only person besides Trump, Ivanka and Kushner to not take a salary.
And relevant information:
>Reed Saunders Cordish was born to a Jewish family in 1974 in Baltimore, Maryland
#2683103 at 2018-08-21 02:15:10 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3387 Fed Reserve Director retires Edition
as a christian would you like to meet Trumps staff?
they are all Jews
Jared Kushner Senior Advisor
David Friedman Ambassador to Israel
Jason Greenblatt Special Representative for International Negotiations, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Steve Mnuchin Secretary of the Treasury
Stephen Miller Senior Advisor, Policy
Gary Cohn Director, White House National Economic Council ReedCordish Assistant to the President, Intragovernmental and Technology Initiatives
Avrahm Berkowitz Special Assistant to the President and his Senior Advisor
#1467124 at 2018-05-19 12:04:50 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1842: "The [W]orld is [W]atching the [W]edding" Edition
PLANS TO BUILD $10B US FOXCONN FACTORY LED BY JARED KUSHNER
10 States in the running - WI won - plan to open 2020
Taiwan-based Foxconn is perhaps best known for assembling Apple iPhones in China. The company noted in a statement that having the Wisconsin factory would help it better serve the major U.S. technology companies that are its clients.
Inside the White House, discussions with Foxconn about opening a U.S. plant were led over several months by Jared Kushner, a senior adviser and the president's son-in-law, and ReedCordish, an assistant to the president on technology initiatives.
Per the AP, The decision to build the plant in Wisconsin also stemmed from $3 billion in state economic incentives over 15 years if Foxconn invests $10 billion in the state and ultimately adds 13,000 jobs. The incentives would only be awarded if Foxconn creates the jobs and pays an average salary of nearly $54,000.
The Wisconsin factory, scheduled to be open by 2020, would be massive. The campus dubbed "Wisconn Valley," would cover nearly 1.6 square miles and be three times the size of the Pentagon.