Kushner Worried Mueller Will 'Get' Trump

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Federal examiners are also inspecting Kushner's role in obstructing a United Nations intent that would have censured Israel for constructing arrangements in the challenged enclaves according to the Wall Street journal and if Kushner counseled Trump to eliminate Comey. On May 18, Rosenstein announced that Mueller would work as a special counsel to determine the extent of the Trump campaign's alleged ties to Russian Federation and whether or not the president obstructed justice by firing Comey, according to The Washington Post.

Investigators are also looking into Kushner's role in setting up meetings and communications with foreign leaders during the transition, according to the Journal. Those contacts are the one of the subjects of Mueller's line of inquiry, the Journal reported.

Kushner has vociferously denied any collusion, despite his multiple meetings with Russian officials-formalities and part of the job, he claims-that went unreported on his security clearance form due to an alleged clerical error.

He also contacted Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, whose country had drafted the resolution, and persuaded him to postpone the vote, according to the Wall Street Journal. Although this custom was violated by several incoming United States president elects, it was rare for any of them to actually attempt to reverse the sitting president's policies.

Trump's transition team reportedly also asked the State Department to hand over all contact information for the Security Council's 14 other members ahead of the December 23 vote on the resolution, which branded Israeli settlements as illegal, and said Jerusalem and West Bank land captured by Israel in the 1967 war, including the Old City, was occupied Palestinian territory.

Vanity Fair reported on Tuesday that Kushner's role as an aide to President Father-in-Law has been significantly cut down, thanks to a series of missteps and the guidance of chief of staff John Kelly, who had no patience for Kushner.

"I think a number of the counts or theories that you see in the Manafort indictment are translatable to other people within the Trump orbit and Kushner's one of them", Pace Law School associate professor David N. Dorfman told Newsweek.

Kushner is a main focus of Mueller's probe into a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting that was attended by a Kremlin-connected lawyer who had promised "dirt" on Hillary Clinton.



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