President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, testified in front of a congressional committee over allegations of collusion with Russian interests to steal the election away from Hillary Clinton. Although no one can prove how Russian stole the election, or even if they actually did, liberals are desperate to find some sort of connection between the President and the Kremlin.
Now, they’re whittling away at Jared Kushner.
He was at the infamous meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, but he didn’t stay long. He also met Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, but never talked about fixing the election.
Although the left wing media calls it a bombshell of proof of collusion, there is still no evidence of a crime being committed.
Kuchner released a statement acknowledging a meeting with Sergey Kislyak but described the Russian Ambassador as someone he barely knows. He also details his participation in a meeting at Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer but says he tried to get out of it.
Regarding setting up direct lines of communication with the Kremlin, Kushner said the idea was to communicate with Russian ‘generals’ about Syria, but it never got off the ground.
Kushner acknowledged exchanging only ‘brief pleasantries’ with Russia’s Ambassador to the United States at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington.
Let’s see what the left makes out of this.
Right Wing News reports:
I’m of two minds on the Jared Kushner situation. On the one hand, I want to defend him as an international business man who dealt with many people overseas. On the other, he had four meetings with Russians that he did not disclose up front and then blamed on an assistant prematurely filing his security clearance. It seems contrived to me.
He denies any collusion with the Russian government during Trump’s campaign. But he did meet with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, who he claims to barely know and that he has an email proving that. It doesn’t look very good at any rate. The media is calling it a bombshell, I call it worth looking into.