BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. (WJZ) — As President Trump put the heat on Baltimore in a series of tweets over the weekend, calling the city a “rat and rodent-infested mess”– it turns out his son-in-law’s company owns and operates many properties in the Baltimore County area.

This fact is not mentioned by the president in any of his tweets- nor that some of these properties are reportedly infested with mice and rats.

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Since 2017, there have been 164 complaints resulting in 56 correction notices and citations of a proposed $13,200 in fines, according to Baltimore County spokesman T.J. Smith.

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All of these were for livability issues in the Kushner-owned properties, including mold, insect infestations, mice, rats, window or door leaks, inadequate air conditioning or heat.

The properties include:

  • Commons at White Marsh
  • Cove Village
  • Essex Park
  • Fontana Village
  • Harbor Point Estates
  • Highland Village Townhomes
  • Riverview Townhomes
  • The Apartments at Bonnie Ridge
  • The Apartments at Cambridge Court
  • The Apartments at Canterbury
  • The Apartments at Owings Run
  • The Apartments at Saddle Brooke
  • Whispering Woods

699 of the units passed annual inspection, while 200 units failed, according to Housing and Urban Development.

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Some of these properties with 2017 violations have since been transferred, Smith added.