The Wall Street Journal is exposing disturbing ties between the creepy billionaire George Soros and White House adviser Jared Kushner.

If the ties are true, it would explain Kushner’s drive to push President Trump to the left on Soros’ pet issues.

What is Kushner’s influence, and what does it mean for issues like “climate change” and the United Nations?

The Wall Street Journal reported:

Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, is currently in business with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and billionaires George Soros and Peter Thiel, according to people familiar with the matter and securities filings.

The previously undisclosed business relationships with titans of the financial and technology worlds are through a real-estate tech startup called Cadre that Kushner co-founded and currently partly owns.

Goldman, and Soros and Thiel, as well as other billionaires’ firms, also have stakes in the company, which is based in a Manhattan building owned by the Kushner family’s company, according to people close to Cadre.

Kushner isn’t just in business with Soros, his company owes the creepy billionaire $250 million.

Cadre also secured a $250 million line of credit from the family office of George Soros,” Breitbart News reported.

Those ties are even more disturbing considering Kushner did not reveal the $250 million business deal on his financial disclosure forms.

In all, Kushner neglected to disclose nearly $1 billion in business ties to Soros and other financiers.

But Kushner’s ties to Soros may extend to White House policy.

Kushner, along with his wife Ivanka Trump, are currently pressuring President Trump to backtrack on a major campaign promise and keep the U.S. in a United Nations agreement to limit carbon dioxide.

So far, they have been successful in blunting Trump’s opposition to the agreement.

The Journal reported in February:

At the request of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and his wife, Ivanka Trump, language critical of a global climate deal was struck from an executive order that Mr. Trump is planning to sign soon, according to multiple people familiar with the move.

Mr. Kushner, a senior adviser to Mr. Trump, and Ms. Trump, the president’s eldest daughter, intervened to strike language about the climate deal from an earlier draft of the executive order, according to these people.

The executive order, which targets Mr. Obama’s broad climate agenda, now includes no mention of the climate deal, which nearly 200 nations struck in Paris in 2015, in large part due to a strong push by the Mr. Obama’s administration.

Keeping the U.S. in the agreement is a major policy issue of Soros, who is donating millions to groups that support the deal – ranging from the “People’s Climate March” to an allegedly Catholic group that lobbied Pope Francis to endorse the agreement as well.

The revelations of Kushner’s ties to Soros come just days before White House advisers will meet to discuss the U.N. Paris climate accord.  Trump promised on the campaign trail to withdraw the U.S. from the agreement, which was negotiated and signed by President Barack Obama.

A decision on whether to withdraw from the agreement could come as soon as this month.