Kushner’s team, composed of federal officials allied with Kushner and outside corporate executives, has met in the headquarters of the Department of Health and Human Services.
It also would have listed a limited number of testing locations nationwide, including some of the drive-through sites that Trump promised.
She declined to say whether Oscar had discussed that site with Joshua Kushner or any board members or investors before Trump’s March 13 press conference.
Oscar’s relationship with the Trump administration could breach federal law in two ways, Tillipman and other experts told me.
“The concern, when you have some free services, is that it makes the government beholden to the company,” Tillipman said.

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