Can Jared Kushner Outrun the Russia Nightmare

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Can Jared Kushner Outrun the Russia Nightmare
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While Trump Jr. has come under fire for eagerly accepting the meeting--a fateful decision that is alternatively being described as collusion or mere stupidity--the president's son no longer works for his father. Kushner, on the other hand, is now in the White House. As Axios's Mike Allen noted , "No one has spent more time with Trump throughout the past year--and has seen or knows more." (In a statement, Kushner's attorney reiterated that he had more than 100 calls or meetings with representatives of multiple countries, and that he has submitted additional federal disclosure updates, including one documenting "this meeting with a Russian person, which he briefly attended at the request of his brother-in-law, Donald Trump Jr.")

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