Jared Kushner Turns Over Documents in Mueller Probe

Jared Kushner Turns Over Documents in Mueller Probe

Jared Kushner Turns Over Documents in Mueller Probe

Mueller's investigators have expressed interest in Kushner as part of its probe into Russian meddling, including potential obstruction of justice in Comey's firing, informed sources told CNN on Thursday.

US President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has turned over documents to Special Counsel Robert Mueller as investigators have begun interrogations about the senior advisor's role in the firing of former FBI Director James Comey, the media reported.

"Here's what Manafort's indictment tells me: Mueller is going to go over every financial dealing of Jared Kushner and the Trump Organization", Nunberg said, according to Vanity Fair. It is not clear how Kushner's advice to the President might relate to the overall Russian Federation investigation or potential obstruction of justice.

White House sources, however, have indicated that Mr Kushner is not a target of the investigation.

CNN said Kushner gave the documents at his own free will.

White House insiders debate how much Mr. Kushner influenced Mr. Trump's decision to fire Mr. Comey after his controversial May congressional testimony.

"If Trump pardons Jared, Trump won't be the 2020 nominee", he said in an email. The meeting was also attended by Paul Manafort, who was Trump's campaign chairman.

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The White House did not respond to Vanity Fair's request for comment. When Roger Stone recently told Trump that Kushner was giving him bad political advice, Trump agreed, according to someone familiar with the conversation.

The network based its report on "sources close to the White House".

As it turns out, the couple aren't well liked in Washington D.C., according to a Vanity Fair report from August that illuminated the extent to which people in their adopted hometown and in the White House view them as a feared and vindictive duo who are essentially powerless but who clueless about that reality.

Those close to Trump dispute how much Kushner influenced Trump's decision to fire Comey and why Kushner would want the Federal Bureau of Investigation director fired, CNN said. And they have yet to learn the historical lesson from past presidential investigations, which is that it isn't the crime that gets them, it's the attempt to cover it up.

A 12-count indictment handed down Monday also includes a number of counts against Manafort's former business partner and protégé Rick Gates, who was ousted from the pro-Trump group America First Policies in April. Both pleaded not guilty.

The FBI is looking into possible obstruction of justice in the termination of Comey, who led the Russian Federation probe before Mueller took over.

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