Alexander Soros, son of liberal billionaire George Soros, has made frequent visits to the White House since President Joe Biden took office in 2021. According to recently disclosed logs reported by the New York Post, his meetings include top officials on behalf of his 92-year-old father.
On December 1st and December 2nd last year, records showed that Alexander met with then-White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain's advisor Nina Srivastava; Mariana Adame, Advisor to Counselor of President; and Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Finer. In addition to these meetings, he attended a lavish state dinner hosted by President Biden and First Lady Jill honoring French President Emmanuel Macron.
Soros' social media accounts document numerous other interactions with high-profile leaders from around the world such as former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Cindy McCain. The Soros family recently faced criticism for its involvement in promoting Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's candidacy with Jonathan Soros donating $10,000 to now-District Attorney Bragg's campaign.
As founding chair of Bend the Arc Jewish Action organization and board member at Bard College among others notable institutions including International Crisis Group - Alexander is no stranger when it comes interacting within political circles or advocating progressive causes like open borders movement anti-Trump movements anti-DeSantis groups etcetera however critics have raised concerns over his access privileges given focus local races prosecutors using funds elect progressives who back "criminal justice reform" support Black Lives Matter