"Great to catch up with Madame Vice President, @KamalaHarris!" Alex wrote in a tweet accompanying the photo. The meeting wasn't acknowledged by Harris on her public schedule.
Alex appears to be poised to take over his father's Open Society Foundation (OSF) after his death, and is already acting as his de-facto ambassador, with the evidence of his connections with countless top political figures globally being regularly uploaded to his Instagram and Twitter accounts for the world to see.
Fox News reported late last month that White House records had shown that Alex visited the White House at least 17 times since 2021 - and now it's seventeen plus one.
As I wrote previously in the New York Post, the Soros network has more influence in the Biden White House than George ever had in any past administration; Right after the 2020 election, Biden-assembled "Agency Review Teams," which included lists of individuals "responsible for understanding the operations" of each government agency, were tapped to prepare both Biden and Kamala Harris "to hit the ground running on Day One."
Soros was represented well by Biden's picks, with individuals working for organizations founded by or funded by Soros making up at least 17 of them. This included individuals picked to work on the transition teams of the State Department, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, United States Mission to the United Nations, Department of Defense, Department of Labor, Department of the Interior, Department of the Treasury, Federal Reserve, Banking and Securities Regulators, National Security Council, Office of the US Trade Representative and Department of Veterans Affairs.