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John Kasich announced Monday that he will resign after months of criticism over his handling of the state’s finances.
Kasich said he will leave the governorship after the end of the fiscal year in September and return to the private sector.
Kushner’s resignation follows reports that he plans to resign from Congress after he takes office, which is the first time he’s had to leave office.
Kass, a Republican, is one of Trump’s most influential allies and has pushed his business interests into the White House.
The two men met at Trump Tower in New York City last month, where Trump told the president of his support for the billionaire.
Trump, a Democrat, has been under pressure to step down after Trump said he was considering stepping aside in 2019.
In a tweet, he said he is considering a run for president.
The president’s spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, called on the international community to provide support for Kazakhstan’s economy in its fight against corruption and nepotism.
He also said that the country will continue to be a partner of the U.S. and other countries, as it is.
In a statement, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said it “deeply deplores the resignation of President Nazarbaev, who is facing corruption allegations, and we urge him to step aside.”
The OECD’s China and India were the only other countries not named in the statement.
The OECD said Kazakhstan is in the middle of an economic recovery and its economy is expected to grow in 2020.
In his statement, Nazarbayev thanked Trump for “his leadership and his efforts” during the economic crisis.