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Why the Kushner family might end bid for Miami Marlins, report says

bizjournals Thursday, 16 February 2017
The New York real estate family with ties to President Donald Trump will end their bid for the Miami Marlins if Jeffrey Loria, the team's current owner, is nominated to be the U.S. ambassador to France. ESPN reported that the Kushner family would not buy the team to avoid conflicts with Loria's possible nomination. "Our family has been friends with Jeff Loria for over 30 years, been in business together, and even owned a AAA baseball team together," Charles Kushner's son-in-law, Joseph Meyer, said…
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ESPN reports that real estate mogul Charles Kushner, is part of a Miami Marlin's purchasing group. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland)

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