Jared Kushner received $285 million just one month before the election, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The loan, issued in October 2016, from Deutsche Bank went to his family’s real-estate company. At the time, he was still the chief executive of the Kushner Company, while also advising for his father-in-law’s campaign.

On his financial disclosure form, filed by himself, he lied that he had a line of credit from Deutsche Bank between $5 million and $25 million.

The New York Times reported that federal prosecutors had subpoenaed Deutsche Bank for Kushner records.

Kushner Company spokesperson Chris Taylor said the company “has cooperated and will continue to cooperate with any reasonable request for information.”

Trump’s son-in-law might want to tell investigators everything he’s hiding. He has so many inconsistencies in his filings, it’s like he wants Robert Mueller to flip him.