“We write to urge you to convene a hearing regarding Jared Kushner’s apparent influence peddling and quid pro quo deals involving investments in exchange for official actions and to examine the resulting threats to our national security. Our request comes in light of allegations that Jared Kushner is pursuing new foreign business deals, just as Donald Trump becomes the presumptive Republican nominee for the presidency,” the two Democrats wrote in the letter to Oversight Committee Chair Republican James Comer of Kentucky and Republican Representative Glenn Grothman of Wisconsin, who chairs a subcommittee of the panel.