Alexander Soros, Son of Billionaire Philanthropist George Soros, Makes 14 White House Visits Since Biden’s Inauguration

Alexander Soros, the son of billionaire Democrat donor George Soros, has made at least 14 visits to the White House since President Joe Biden took office, according to updated visitor logs.

The younger Soros is Chair of the Open Society Foundation, his father’s international grantmaking network, and sits on the board of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR).

He is known for his involvement in leftist politics and regularly takes selfies with liberal elites and politicians across the globe.

During his visits, Soros met with prominent officials and staffers inside the Biden administration, including adviser to the counselor to the president Mariana Adame, deputy national security adviser Jonathan Finer, and then-White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain’s adviser Nina Srivastava, The Blaze reports.

Most of his visits were to individuals involved in national security, raising concerns.

Federal Election Commission filings reveal that Alexander Soros has donated more than $5.7 million to leftist political action committees and Democratic campaigns since 2018.

In 2018, he allegedly directed $2 million to Senate Majority PAC, which is associated with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

George Soros has funneled $21 billion into leftist politics since 2000 in an effort to influence global policy, according to previous reports.