Described by the BBC as "notoriously" reticent to be heard in public, Jared Kushner — President Trump's son-in-law and de facto factotum of his shambolic administration — was finally obliged to impress his voice upon others in a recorded setting at the MAGA Summer Palace in Washington, D.C. The subject was technology; the result was a better understanding of the fact Ivanka didn't marry him for his diction.
Just take a look at the absolute savaging he's getting from the press.
Who knew Jared Kushner had such a deep voice? pic.twitter.com/Q5GUyrNODR
— David Rudin (@DavidSRudin) June 19, 2017
Even The Daily Mail, bastion of international Trumpkinism, merrily deployed the snarky headline "Sounds like he's giving an 8th grade valedictory."
Kushner sounded like the smartest guy in the room – if the room was in middle school.
'It's probably not fair to observe that finally hearing Kushner's voice is a major let-down. Sounds like he's giving an 8th grade valedictory, wrote Darcy Jae.
At least one person thought that Kushner's voice lost out to the hunky Canadian Prime Minister. 'After hearing Jared Kushner's voice, I understand why Ivanka was staring at Justin Trudeau with those hungry eyes,' sniped Daniel Dresden.
Head left and it goes from insult to injury. The Onion's A.V. Club:
It's a wheedling, blandly competent voice, which is, all things considered, a fine change of aesthetic pace from Donald Trump's freewheeling, real-time portrait of senility.
If you think someone with a naturally high-pitched or soft voice cannot project power, or convince, or impress, you never sat in front of Steve Jobs.