Alexander Soros, son of liberal billionaire George Soros, has made at least 14 visits to the White House since President Biden took office, meeting with top officials on behalf of his 92-year-old father.
The visits have been a source of concern among conservatives, who worry that the Soros family’s involvement in Democratic Party fundraising efforts is having an undue influence on the Biden administration.
Soros, who serves as chair of the Open Society Foundations, has had meetings with officials including then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain’s assistant, Nina Srivastava, and Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Finer.
The updated visitor’s log also revealed that Soros had meetings at the White House with Kimberly Lang, then a National Security Advisor executive assistant, and former Klain advisor Madeline Strasser.
The Soros family’s involvement in pushing Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to prominence, whose investigations into Trump led to an indictment of the former president last week, has also come under fire.
George Soros pushed $1 million to the Color of Change PAC in May 2021, which turned around and spent big backing Bragg’s candidacy. Soros’ son Jonathan Soros and his wife Jennifer Allan Soros also donated directly to Bragg’s campaign.
Conservatives are concerned that the Soros family’s involvement in Democratic Party fundraising and their support of left-wing causes is having an undue influence on the Biden administration.
The American people deserve transparency and honesty from their leaders, and it’s time for the Biden administration to address these concerns.