Jared Kushner has become one of the most visible people in the United States in the last year.
Since Trump’s inauguration, he’s posted over a million tweets, and his account has grown to become a full, fully fledged education app.
His latest post, which was first published by TechCrunch, shows how the young developer of the social media platform has used his Twitter account to teach himself about everything from math to the history of the US Capitol, which he’s built a Twitter account in to.
“How do you pronounce the Capitol?
How do you read the Constitution?
How can you read our history?
What does the Capitol stand for?
How much does it cost?”
Kushner asks in the post, a clip of which has been shared over 100,000 times.
He explains that his account is full of trivia and historical facts, and that he “can’t stop thinking about the history that we have here in America.
And when I’m trying to get through a block of time, I get the sense that I’m just really, really curious.
So, I decided to start a Twitter Education App.”
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The Verge reports that Kushner, who has been described by Forbes as the “billionaire who made Donald Trump president,” has now written nearly 1,000 posts on the app since it launched in January.
The app’s first batch of tweets are actually pretty funny.
In January, the president-elect shared a joke about how his Twitter feed had grown so big that it was now becoming a “full-fledged educational app.”
“So, I think it’s important for you to know how to read the Capitol,” he said.
“It’s a really interesting document that we had written.”
Trump himself was also a big fan of the app, tweeting, “If I was running for office, I would definitely make sure I’m using my @JK_Twitter account to learn about things that are important to me.”
But it’s the first time that Kushner has used the app to actually educate himself on the history and workings of the United State Capitol, a post that reads, “I’m not sure what the heck this means, but I’m gonna try.
And if I don’t, I’m going to make sure to use it in a good spirit.”
This has also allowed him to learn more about the people in his life and the country he’s lived in for the past year, and it’s helped him to find the people he wants to get to know and connect with.
“When I first started thinking about building this app, I thought, I have to build something that people can be proud of,” Kushner said.
The fact that it became a full education app and not just a personal account is a big step for Kushner, and he says he’s still learning and improving as he goes along.
“I still want to do everything myself.
I want to make this my full-time job,” he says.
“But I’m really excited about how this app has come out and how it’s grown so far.
So much of what we do is built on our own time and effort, and I think this is really exciting.
I’ve had a lot of people ask me, ‘How did you do this?
What did you spend the money on?'”