Many of the "accomplishments" listed in this thread make for pleasant reading, but they don't address the central question: What is President Kushner up to, and will he ever allow his father-in-law to do something more than mouth off on Twitter?
Back in September 1957, President Eisenhower hammered a dozen or so nails in the coffin of state sovereignty when, for precious little cause, he nationalized the Arkansas National Guard and deployed the 101st Airborne Division to Little Rock to point live weapons at white mothers and fathers who stood helplessly by protecting their frightened children while nine black kids were conducted, like European royalty, into a previously segregated public school classroom by those combat-ready troops. All this was done in supine obedience to a famous albeit meritless Supreme Court ruling of 1954, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas.
To most of the unbesotted citizens of this country, including my parents and their eighth-grader son (moi-même), this event constituted the creation of a new and brilliantly apt illustration to accompany a definition of the word overkill. In the sixty-three years since then, Americans have grown so accustomed to having members of their country's military threaten them at gunpoint over matters of merely local significance that the arrival of troops hardly sparks interest, let alone outrage, any more.
Yet here we are today, watching Jew-led, antifa-supported black criminals burning, stealing, and defacing this land from coast to coast and denouncing a chief executive who they claim is a fascist tyrant—and what happens? As the Brits say, bugger all!* With sixty-three years of precedent, however undesirable, for federal intervention to do effectively whatever Washington damn well pleases, the entirety of the Trump-Kushner response has been a Tweet storm calling for law and order.
The cries of terror have been heard from malefactors everywhere: "Leroy, we bes' be hurryin' back to de barn. De Trump monster, he be gwine to shoot us on sight!" Or something of the sort …
Is it any wonder that a significant proportion of those who put Trump's son-in-law in office in 2016 are now wondering, "How much worse can it get with President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris?"