Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner registered to vote as a woman
US President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been registered to vote as a woman, according to New York State Board of Elections records.
Screen grabs posted by Wired show that Kushner, a senior advisor to the president, has been listed as "female" for eight years.
Kushner hasn't commented on the revelation and it remains unclear how the error was made.
Trump's son-in-law registered to vote as a woman
Trump had earlier slammed 'illegal voting'
It's unlikely that the error would amount to voter fraud, which requires an individual to deliberately provide false information.
Interestingly, Trump vehemently asserted that "millions of people" had "voted illegally" in the 2016 US presidential election, but provided no evidence.
Trump won the election through the Electoral College, despite receiving 2.86 million lesser votes than his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
Kushner previously also filled out official paperwork incorrectly
Kushner had to reportedly submit his federal disclosure form for security clearance three times because he had filed them incorrectly. He had failed to mention his foreign contacts and listed his graduate degrees incorrectly.
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