Soros-Backed News Network Head Visited White House Nearly 20 Times

Visitor logs reviewed by Fox News Digital found that the head of a news network funded by George Soros visited the Biden White House nearly 20 times.

Tara McGowan, the CEO and Founder of Good Information Inc, the parent company of Courier Newsroom, met with top White House aides.

According to visitor logs, McGowan met with Jordan Finkelstein, a chief of staff to a senior advisor, six times. She also met with Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor for Digital Strategy Patrick Stevenson.

Between April 2022 and August 2022, McGowan met with Madeline Strasser, an advisor to then-White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain, and Klain’s advisor Nina Srivastava.

George Soros’ son, Alex, has also visited the White House at least 17 times.

American Faith reported that Soros-linked entities have sought to expand their media presence.

Soros Fund Management, the investment firm founded by George Soros, acquired over $400 million worth of debt owed by Audacy, the nation’s second-largest network of radio stations.

The Audacy purchase adds to a series of media-related moves by Soros and affiliated entities. In 2022, the Latino Media Network, backed by Soros-affiliated Lakestar Finance, acquired 18 Spanish-language radio stations for approximately $60 million. Some hosts left these stations citing editorial disputes, coinciding with concerns about Democratic support among Hispanics.

Soros’s philanthropic arms have also invested heavily in local news operations. The Foundation to Promote Open Society provided significant funding to the Lenfest Institute and the Institute for Nonprofit News, both supporting local media outlets nationwide. Additionally, Open Society Foundations reportedly supported the National Trust for Local News, which facilitated the purchase of 22 news publications in Maine.