Marc Short

Jared Kushner reportedly blew off a desperate plea to intervene with Donald Trump to stop him from trying to steal the presidential election, saying he was too busy working on “Middle East peace.”
Trump believed the vice president could overturn the election after getting guidance from "many bad advisers," Marc Short said.
Marc Short was at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and accompanied Pence as he fled his post and hid from rioters who were calling for his hanging.
Jared Kushner reportedly blew off a desperate plea to intervene with Donald Trump to stop him from trying to steal the presidential election, saying he was too busy working on “Middle East peace.”
The Trump son-in-law said he was too busy working on "Middle East peace" to try talking sense to the president, according to ABC News' Jonathan Karl.
UPDATE: Sept. 23 — Marc Short filed his financial disclosure form before leaving his position as Pence’s chief of staff. The
At least five people close to the vice president have reportedly tested positive in recent days.
Marc Short may have participated "personally and substantially in particular matters affecting companies in which he holds stock," according to the complaint.
After the president insulted her late husband, the Michigan lawmaker says she just wants people to take a deep breath.
“If her case is so air-tight ... why does she need more witnesses to make her case?’’