Marc Kasowitz warned that if the ads stay up, "we will sue you for what will doubtless be enormous compensatory and punitive damages". The other shows Jared beside body bags and an out-of-context, pre-pandemic quote in which he said NY residents would "suffer".
Ivanka is shown smiling and gesturing toward figures indicating that 33,366 New Yorkers and 221,247 Americans have died from COVID-19.
Matthew Sanderson, a partner with the D.C. law firm Caplin and Drysdale, penned the barb-filled letter, a reply to Marc Kasowitz, the NY attorney who had sent a letter demanding that the Lincoln Project take down their billboards, pictured above.
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are photographed at an event in North Charleston, South Carolina, on February 17 2017.
Attorney Matthew Sanderson representing the political action committee wrote to Kasowitz maintaining that Ivanka and Kushner were "public officials" and have been so "since President Trump, in a gross act of nepotism, awarded" them senior White House positions in 2017. His people are going to suffer, and this is their problem. In the July selfie, Ivanka had been pointing at a can of Goya black beans.
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The Kushner billboard also includes a row of body bags.
The group of longtime Republican strategists, who prominently oppose the re-election of President Trump, said the billboards highlight Ivanka Trump and Kushner's "indifference" to the suffering of Americans who have lost their lives due to "their reckless mismanagement" of the pandemic.
Vanity Fair magazine reported that Kushner gave the aforementioned answer to a question about providing personal protective equipment to healthcare workers struggling with the epidemic in NY. "Jared and Ivanka have always been entitled, out-of-touch bullies who have never given the slightest indication they have any regard for the American people.
The Lincoln Project will not be intimidated by such empty bluster", attorney Matthew Sanderson wrote to Kasowitz in a legal response issued Saturday night. "We plan on showing them the same level of respect".
"Of course, Mr. Kushner never made any such comment, Ms. Trump never made any such gesture, and the claim of the Lincoln Project that they did is a disgrace and a disgrace", said the letter.