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Jared Kushner’s Iraq visit to confer with leaders there landed him in the comedic crosshairs of Jimmy Kimmel on Monday.
The host went after Kushner’s rather short resume in such global matters.
“Dennis Rodman has more foreign policy experience than Jared Kushner,” Kimmel said. 
“For real.” 
Rodman, the flamboyant ex-NBA star, has made several trips to North Korea, calling dictator Kim Jong Un “a friend for life” and “just a normal guy.”
For Kimmel’s unique analysis on why President Donald Trump sent son-in-law Kushner to Iraq, watch the full takedown above.

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