Billionaire George Soros’ son made more than a dozen trips to the White House last year as he followed in his father’s footsteps as a prolific Democratic network executive.
Alexander Soros, 37, often posts pictures of himself with Democratic politicians including Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama and Senator Chuck Schumer — who he calls a “good friend.”
Recently updated White House records reveal that he has visited at least 14 times since December 2021.
It comes after his father, George, 92, came under repeated criticism from Donald Trump over his links to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg who is leading the arrest of the former president.
Last year, Alexander—who heads his father’s Open Society Foundation grant-making network—took two trips in April, three in September, four in October, and four in December.
Alexander Soros – son of billionaire George Soros – made more than a dozen trips to the White House last year
Recently updated White House records reveal that he has visited at least 14 times since October 2021
Another visit was recorded in December 2021.
On December 1, 2022, he met Nina Srivastava, advisor to Chief of Staff Ron Klain who worked on the Biden presidential campaign.
On the same day, he was one of 330 people who attended a dinner hosted by the President and First Lady, Jill Biden.
The event was in honor of French leader Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte.
The next day, he met with both Counsel to the President Marianna Adams and Deputy National Security Adviser Jonathan Viner.
Records prove that Alexander was his father’s political protector.
Since 2018, he has poured about $5.7 million into left-leaning political action committees and Democratic campaign coffers, according to Federal Election Commission filings.
His largest contribution was $2 million in 2018 to the Senate Majority PAC, which was tied to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.
His social media profiles are filled with pictures of him posing alongside left-wing politicians.
The revelations strengthened Alexander’s position as his father’s political protector
Alexander Soros, 37, often posts pictures of himself with Democratic politicians including Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama
It marks a change of tone from his father who usually holds a lower profile and wields his influence through donations to liberal causes. He is pictured with Pelosi, left, and pictured with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, right
It marks a change of tone from his father who usually holds a lower profile and wields his influence through donations to liberal causes.
George has made billions as a hedge fund leader in the UK. Its Open Society Foundation and related nonprofit organizations have donated more than $42 billion worldwide.
But the Hungarian-American financier has been in the spotlight in recent weeks when he was implicated in the fallout surrounding Trump’s arrest.
Trump frequently accuses George of financing Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg and suggests he is responsible for the $130,000 payment he made to porn star Stormy Daniels.
George donated $1 million in 2021 to the left-leaning Color of Change political action committee that supported Bragg.
On April 2, the Trump campaign wrote: “Left-wing Democratic Attorney General Alvin Bragg prepared a bogus indictment of President Donald J. Trump. It is an unprecedented political persecution of the 45th President of the United States and a brazen attempt to interfere in the 2024 election.
“The American people and Republican primary voters, in particular, are outraged that our justice system was weaponized by George Soros hand-picked and funded from Manhattan against a completely innocent person and a leading Republican presidential candidate,” she added.
But George responded harshly to the accusations as he claimed he had nothing to do with Prague.
Alexander appeared proud of the state dinner he attended in December honoring French President Emmanuel Macron
This comes after George was repeatedly criticized by former President Donald Trump. He and Alexander are pictured with Pelosi on Instagram
His spokesman, Michael Vachon, said: “George Soros has not met, spoken to, or communicated with Alvin Bragg.
“Neither George Soros nor the Democracy PAC (the PAC that Mr. Soros helped fund) contributed to Alvin Bragg’s campaign for Manhattan District Attorney.”
The billionaire himself says he does not know Prague and has not funded his campaign directly.
“I didn’t contribute to his campaign, and I don’t know him,” George told Semaphore.
“I think some on the right would rather focus on far-fetched conspiracy theories than on the serious charges against the former president.”