The documents, originally obtained by The New York Post, reveal that the young Soros had visited the White House at least 14 different times since Oct. 2021 and met with various officials throughout 2022. It is thought that his travels are primarily to promote the interests of his 92-year-old father.
On December 1st, Soros paid a visit to the White House and spoke with Nina Srivastava, the assistant to Ron Klain, the Chief of Staff at the time. Srivastava was also active in President Biden’s campaign. The young Soros attended a state dinner that was given by the first family in honor of Emmanuel Macron and Brigitte, the wife of the French president, at the same time as the visit.
Soros met with Mariana Adame, an adviser to the president’s counselor, and Jonathan Finer, the Deputy National Security Advisor, the day after the state dinner.
The visitor records also reveal that Soros, the chair of his father’s left-wing philanthropic group Open Society Foundations, had previously visited the White House. These included meetings with Finer on three different occasions in 2022, Adame on October 14th, and Srivastava on September 14th.
The revised log also revealed that Soros met with Kimberly Lang, a former executive assistant to the National Security Advisor, in the White House on October 6, 2022. On October 29, 2021, and April 22, 2022, he met with Madeline Strasser, a former Klain adviser.
George Soros is notorious for keeping a low profile, influencing politics by quietly contributing large sums to left-wing candidates and channeling cash to progressive organizations through his non-profits, such as the Open Society Foundations. Since 1984, the foundation has given more than $32 billion to left-wing causes throughout the world, according to its website.
Despite his efforts to stay anonymous, Soros has recently come under fire for his ties to former President Donald Trump’s ongoing legal issues. This was in response to Soros’ million-dollar donation to the Color of Change political action committee in 2021, which had previously supported Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan DA who convened the grand jury that indicted Donald Trump on criminal charges concerning his alleged hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.