The son of left-wing megadonor George Soros has visited the White House at least 20 times since President Joe Biden took office.
Alex Soros, who recently took over his father's Open Society Foundations that funds progressive organizations across the country, has attended meetings and events at the White House at least 20 times, visitor logs show. Alex Soros held recent meetings with several White House advisers including Nina Srivastava, who was previously an adviser for Biden's former chief of staff Ron Klain, and Amanda Sloat, the National Security Council's senior director for Europe. He also met with Jon Finer, the principal deputy national security adviser.
A report in early June showed Alex Soros met with Finer ahead of meetings between Biden and Brazil's president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Alex Soros brought along Pedro Abramovay, director of Open Society’s Rio de Janeiro office and a former Lula official.
Alex Soros was named the new head of the foundation in June, announcing that he is "more political" than his 92-year-old father. Open Society pours millions of dollars into Democratic organizations and helps elect radical progressive prosecutors who are overseeing rising crime in American cities.
The younger Soros has already given tens of millions of dollars to Democrats in recent years. He gave $5.25 million to the Senate Majority PAC in 2016 and 2018. He donated $721,300 to the Biden Victory Fund in 2020 and $350,000 to Hillary Clinton’s victory fund in 2016. He's given millions more to the DNC and Democratic committees.
Alex Soros is known for his connections with high-level Democrats and has posted photos with top party leaders including Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and former House speaker Nancy Pelosi.