- Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and former White House advisor, said that it’s ‘probable’ that his generation could be the first to live forever
- Kushner made the comments during an interview with former Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell
- When asked about how he fills his days since leaving the White House, Kushner said that he ‘prioritizes’ exercise
- Trump and Kushner are at odds about the benefits of exercise with the 45th president considering ‘exercise misguided’
Former senior White House advisor Jared Kushner said in an interview with Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell that he’s optimistic about his chances of living forever.
Kushner, 41, spoke to Grenell on the YouTube channel LiveSigning on Thursday while promoting his book his widely panned book: ‘Breaking History: A White House Memoir.’
The New York Times review compared the book to ‘watching a cat lick a dog’s eye goo.’
When asked about how he fills his days since his father-in-law lost his reelection campaign in 2020, Kushner said that he spends most of his time with his wife Ivanka and their three children.
However, he added: ‘From the last year, the one thing I’ve tried to put a priority on since I left the White House was, you know, getting some exercise in.’
Kushner continued: ‘I think that there is a good probability that my generation is, hopefully with the advances in science, either the first generation to live forever, or the last generation that’s going to die.’