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Alexander Soros, who is the son of the well-known progressive billionaire George Soros, has been frequently visiting the White House after President Biden assumed office in 2021. During these visits, he has been advocating for his 92-year-old father and having meetings with high-ranking officials.
According to visitor logs reviewed by Fox News, Soros has been actively involved in fundraising efforts for the Democratic Party as he endeavors to continue his father’s legacy. He has made at least 14 trips to the White House since October 2021 and has held meetings with several officials in 2022.
The New York Post was the first to report on the visitor logs documenting Soros’ visits to the White House. The logs disclosed that on December 1, 2022, Soros visited the White House and had a meeting with Nina Srivastava, an assistant to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain, who had previously worked on Biden’s presidential campaign.
The December visit to the White House coincided with a state dinner that was hosted by the first family to pay tribute to French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, which Alexander Soros also attended.
Visitor logs indicate that on December 2, 2022, Soros held meetings with Mariana Adame, an advisor to the counselor to the president, and Jonathan Finer, the Deputy National Security Advisor.
According to the visitor logs, Alexander Soros, who holds the position of chair at the Open Society Foundations, founded by his father in the 1990s, had previously made several visits to the White House. These included meetings with Mariana Adame on October 14, 2022, Nina Srivastava on September 14, 2022, and Jonathan Finer on three separate occasions: December 15, 2022, October 6, 2022, and September 15, 2022.
Mike Howell, the director of the Oversight Project at the Heritage Foundation, expressed concern to Fox News Digital regarding Alexander Soros’ frequent visits to the White House. According to Howell, the Soros family’s actions have caused “incalculable damage” to the United States, resulting in issues such as crime-ridden cities and problems at the border. Howell also claimed that the left has become reliant on the Soros family’s financial support, and they no longer try to conceal it.
On his social media accounts, Alexander Soros has shared pictures of himself meeting with prominent figures from various parts of the world. Among these are images of him with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Cindy McCain, who held the position of US Ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture from November 2021 to April 2023, and is the widow of the late former Senator John McCain (R-AZ).
In addition, Alexander Soros’ Instagram account also features photos of him standing next to prominent figures such as former President Barack Obama, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and Emmanuel Macron.