Ivanka Trump’s Brother-In-Law, Joshua Kushner, Spotted At Washington D.C. Women’s March

Joshua Kushner Attends D.C. Women's March

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A somewhat unlikely face was spotted at the Washington D.C. Women’s March on Saturday, January 21.

Joshua Kushner, Ivanka Trump’s brother-in-law, attended the peaceful protest, although Us Weekly reports that he told marchers that he was simply there to “observe.” Jessica Sidman, an editor at the Washingtonian, snapped a photo of Jared Kushner’s younger brother speaking with marchers and posted it on Twitter with the caption, “Oh hey, it’s Jared Kushner’s brother at the #WomansMarch.”

Another #WomensMarch marcher spotted Joshua Kushner, asked if he was Jared's brother. He (reluctantly) admitted yes, said he was "observing" pic.twitter.com/2ppR0mWV6B

— Jessica Sidman (@jsidman) January 22, 2017

While Kushner may have just been “observing” the protest, he and his supermodel girlfriend Karlie Kloss both openly expressed their support for Hillary Clinton during the election. Last year, a representative for the younger Kushner told Esquire that the Oscar Health founder is a lifelong Democrat and would never consider voting for Donald Trump, who happens to be his older brother’s father-in-law.

The Women’s March in Washington D.C. saw nearly half a million protesters, as well as a slew of celebrities including Madonna, Ashley Judd, Alicia Keys, America Ferrera and many more.

Do you think Joshua’s presence at the D.C. Women’s March could create tension within the Kushner-Trump family?

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