The New Yorker has published a "humor" essay headlined "Jared Kushner's Harvard Admissions Essay." It reads in part:
My favorite color is green, like money. My favorite shape is rectangle, like money. I also like round, which is like some kinds of money that poor people use for littering in fountains...Here are some things I want to be when I grow up: a fireman, an astronaut, a business boy, a fire truck, a thousand-dollar bill. If you would like some more money, here is some more money!
Why, one wonders, would the New Yorker riff on the idea that Jared Kushner is obsessed with money? It seems to me that if anything his behavior — stepping away from his business to devote himself first to his father-in-law's presidential campaign, then to national service — is characteristic of someone who has other priorities. If President Trump made this sort of stereotype-driven comment about a prominent Jewish person, the New Yorker would probably accuse him of anti-Semitism.