George Soros' son makes frequent White House visits, reports show
Alexander Soros has met with world leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron at a White House dinner hosted by First Lady Jill Biden.
Records show that Alexander Soros, the 37-year-old son of major Democratic donor and philanthropist George Soros, has become a "de-facto White House ambassador," according to records reviewed by the New York Post.
Alexander is also a Democratic Party fundraiser who had at least a dozen meetings with White House officials in 2022, according to updated White House visitor logs.
Some of those meetings were with former White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain's advisor, Nina Srivastava, who worked on President Biden's presidential campaign.
Alexander Soros has also met with world leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron at a White House dinner hosted by First Lady Jill Biden.
Another person he met with was Kimberly Lang, then a National Security Advisor executive assistant, in October 2022.
Matt Palumbo, the author of "The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros," said that the Soros family has major influence in the White House.
"All throughout the White House, there is a Soros hold somewhere, and his son is his father's new ambassador," Palumbo said in an interview with the New York Post.
Alexander is now the chairman of his father's Open Society Foundations, which along with other related nonprofits he founded, have paid out more than $32 billion worldwide since 1984, according to the Post.
George Soros has recently received backlash from conservatives who have linked him to the legal challenges former President Donald Trump is currently facing, since he backed a PAC that supported the New York district attorney, Alvin Bragg, who is leading the charge against Trump.
He is also criticized for his backing of many of the so-called "progressive" DA's that have won elections in major U.S. cities such as St. Louis, Chicago, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.