Jared Kushner's team turned over documents to special counsel in Russian Federation investigation

Aaron Brown
November 4, 2017

A seething President Donald Trump is placing blame for the current state of the widening Russian Federation investigation on his son-in-law Jared Kushner, according to a report Wednesday.

Speaking to Steve Bannon on Tuesday, Trump blamed Jared Kushner for his role in decisions, specifically the firings of Mike Flynn and James Comey, that led to Mueller's appointment, according to a source briefed on the call.

Bannon for the first eight months of Trump's presidency was his top strategic adviser and reportedly clashed frequently with Kushner.

Gabe Sherman, who has impeccable sources at the White House, reports that Donald Trump is privately blaming Jared Kushner for the Mueller investigation that is causing him so much trouble that he is desperately trying to find a way out of the situation.

The White House senior adviser Jared Kushner has turned over documents to the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators.

The Russia investigation has cast a shadow on the Trump administration this week as Trump's ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime business partner Rick Gates were both indicted on charges of lobbying on behalf of a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine and for failing to properly register as a foreign agent.

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Sources close to the White House say that based on their knowledge, Kushner is not a target of the investigation.

"Let me be very clear: I did not collude with Russian Federation, nor do I know of anyone else in the campaign who did so", Mr. Kushner told reporters outside the White House at the time. You can't go any lower.

Former White House officials are barred from "contacting any part of the executive branch, including the president, with the intent to influence official decisions in any particular party matter in which the former official participated personally", according to the attorneys.

Another campaign aide, Sam Nunberg, echoed Stone's sentiment. 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. "I'm only saying publicly what everyone says behind the scenes at Fox News, in conservative media, and the Senate and Congress".

The White House didn't respond to Vanity Fair's request for comment. Would Ivanka decide to give up her high-profile government job in solidarity with her husband?

Trump, instead, agreed, an unnamed source familiar with the conversation told Vanity Fair. An influential Republican donor told Vanity Fair: "When they decide it's more important to protect their own and their children's reputations than it is to defend their indefensible father's, that's a sign the end is near".

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