FINALLY! Jared Kushner CONFESSES
Soon, Kushner will face Senate investigators. Therefore, he wrote a tell-all to set the record straight.
Now, Kushner has nothing left to hide.
Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner is the next star of “Keeping up with the Putins.”
And he is scheduled to meet behind closed doors with the Senate later this week. But don’t worry, his 11-page statement is the spoiler we’ve all been waiting for. According to Kushner, he’s got “nothing to hide” when it comes to Russia.
In his statement, Kushner detailed his June 2016 meeting with a Russian-American lawyer, calling it a “waste of time.” He further admitted that he asked his assistant to call him out of the meeting once he realized the ruse.
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“No part of the meeting I attended included anything about the campaign, there was no follow up to the meeting that I am aware of, I do not recall how many people were there (or their names), and I have no knowledge of any documents being offered or accepted,” Kushner’s statement says.
And what of the supposed “back-door channel?”
Kushner denies reports he discussed setting up a secret back-channel with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. He did say that he spoke with the Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, in December at Trump Tower. However, Kushner explained that conversation was about policy in Syria.
Kushner says that when Kislyak asked if there was a secure line for him to provide information on Syria from what Kislyak called his “generals,” he then asked if there was an existing communications channel at the embassy that could be used.
Kushner insisted that he never proposed an ongoing secret form of communication.
Finally, Kushner said he indeed met with a Russian banker, Sergey Gorkov, at the request of Kislyak. Nevertheless, he offered that no specific policies were discussed.
All this time leftists wait for the smoking gun like johns at a whorehouse.
And yet the juiciest tidbit that Kushner admits to is a few clerical errors on his security clearance.
As Kushner explained, due to a miscommunication with his assistant submitted his application form for a security clearance prematurely. She erroneously believed the document was complete.
To that end, he clarified that he mistakenly omitted all of his foreign contacts, not just his meetings with Russians. Moreover, he has worked in the last six months with the FBI to correct the record.
The Left may attempt to make more out of this than normal, however as with all things Russia, their efforts fall flat.
But that won’t stop the Left from embarrassing themselves further.
One such embarrassment came when earlier this month high ranking Democrats blocked testimony that didn’t appeal to them. It appears that anyone with information that reflects positively on President Trump or shuts down the fake news Russian narrative, the leftists have no interest.
Their lies fuel the president, who continues to decimate them on Twitter and other media.