Jared Kushner Denies Collusion With Foreign Governments

Jared Kushner, son-in-law and close adviser of U.S. President Donald Trump, says he did not collude with any foreign governments or have any improper contacts. Kushner released a statement Monday ahead of appearing for closed-door questioning before the Senate Intelligence Committee, and another planned session Tuesday in front of the House Intelligence Committee, as they examine…

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1 Comment on "Jared Kushner Denies Collusion With Foreign Governments"

  1. Based on the way the way the word “collusion” has been used since the election, we must alert the broader public to the reality that US politicians and businesses have been “colluding” with their Russian counterparts for a long time. This has has especially been true since Richard Nixon’s detente agenda of the early 1970s. The Cold War ended. Until the 2016 election, it was considered a positive thing.


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