This is plain taking the mickey out of Palestine. He's just a yes man puppet for Netanyahu to control in such a biased ploy in which history has no equal IMO.
"Donald Trump’s proposed new point man on the Middle East peace process, his 36-year-old son-in-law Jared Kushner, is almost unknown to Israeli business and political figures and an even greater mystery to Palestinians, as well as a diplomatic neophyte.
Trump’s insistence on pushing the untried Kushner into such an important and difficult role comes at a historic low point in the moribund peace process.
Trump has claimed in interviews that Kushner could succeed where other more experienced peace negotiators have failed. He has said Kushner, the husband of Ivanka Trump and an Orthodox Jew who is the grandson of Holocaust survivors, “knows the region, knows the people, knows the players”.
Trump names son-in-law Jared Kushner as senior adviser, testing anti-nepotism law
But the reality appears to be somewhat different. It has emerged that the only previous encounter Kushner – who was raised in a family that owes its wealth to real estate speculation – has had with Israel’s prime minister was when he was a child and Benjamin Netanyahu visited his father.
Indeed, Kushner’s only other significant contact with a senior Israeli politician before last year appears to have been with the mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat. Kushner does, however, appear to be familiar with wealthy rightwing US Jewish figures who back Israel.
Kushner’s views on the issue are believed to be reflected in his contribution to a speech Trump delivered to a pro-Israel lobby group, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, in the spring. It included a promise to challenge Iran and to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Despite Trump’s enthusiasm for Kushner, he will have to navigate a US anti-nepotism law that states a public official “may not appoint, employ, promote, advance, or advocate for appointment … any individual who is a relative of the public official”.
Amid a highly uncharacteristic silence from senior Israeli political figures over Trump’s repeated insistence that Kushner will be at the helm of US Middle East policy, Trump himself appears to have struggled in recent interviews to explain why he thinks Kushner is qualified for the job, besides the fact he likes him."https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jan/16/jared-kushner-has-trumps-trust-but-lacks-experience-for-middle-east-role