Henry Kissinger[1] is still a force to be reckoned with at 94.

At a breakfast Tuesday at the Union League Club, the former secretary of state humbly quipped that he had “run errands for 10 presidents” before discussing North Korea’s nuclear capability and its impact on South Korea and Japan.

Guests of the London Center for Policy Research, the conservative think tank of former gubernatorial candidate Herb London, included Norman Podhoretz, Rita Cosby, p.r. pro Josh Nass and former Gov. George Pataki.

Kissinger, who wrote Jared Kushner[2]’s profile for the Time 100 most influential people list, is said to be providing the president’s son-in-law with advice on foreign policy on a regular basis.


  1. ^ Henry Kissinger (pagesix.com)
  2. ^ Jared Kushner (pagesix.com)

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