White House Visitor Logs Show George Soros’ Son Visited

Since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021, White House logs show that the son of Democratic megadonor George Soros visited at least 20 times, according to The Washington Free Beacon. The 37-year-old reportedly took over his father’s Open Society Foundations (OSF), a grantmaking network that primarily funds far-left-wing candidates and causes. 

George Soros, the 92-year-old billionaire that has worked to fund soft-on-crime district attorneys, has been a controversial figure for many on the right. A California DA recently gave a teen responsible for three murders only seven years in prison, despite the sheriff’s office petition that he had an extensive criminal career. 

Upon taking over OSF, Alex Soros called himself “more political” than his father. He has met with several Biden officials, including Nina Srivastava, an adviser for Biden’s former chief of staff Ron Klain, Amanda Sloat, a senior director at the National Security Council, and Jon Finer, the principal deputy national security advisor. Soros’ meeting with Finer came before Biden met with far-left Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. 

Since taking over the organization, Soros reportedly announced a meeting that he would be holding with top New York Democratic politicians, which includes Reps. Jerry Nadler and Gregory Meeks. 

Soros’ generous giving to the Democrats began before taking over his father’s organization. In 2016 and 2018, he gave over $5 million to the Senate Majority PAC. He also supported both Biden and Clinton’s campaigns in 2020 and 2016, donating $721,300 and $350,000, respectively. He has been pictured next to prominent Democrats, such as former President Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Biden, Chuck Schumer, Vice President Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries. 

It is currently unclear what the meetings were about. The White House has not responded to inquiries about the matter.