President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has amended a government disclosure document to belatedly reveal contacts with more than 100 foreigners.
Kushner has been providing ‘updates’ to his SF-86 national security form, after it was revealed he did not disclose any foreign contacts on his initial form.
His attorney has said he is providing ‘updates’ after discovering the original omission. The New York Times reported Thursday that Kushner supplemented the list three times, adding more than 100 names.
That number jibes with a recent statement by Kushner’s attorney, Jamie Gorelick, in response to revelations about Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Kremlin-linked Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya. The statement essentially confirmed that Kushner had met Veselnitskaya during the meeting.
His meetings with Russians are of particular interest to investigators who are probing contacts between Trump campaign officials and Russia following the intelligence communities conclusion that Russia interfered in the presidential election.
Kushner was in charge of the Trump campaign’s ‘digital operations’, a job which would put him in close proximity to DNC data hacked by Russia and used to micro target voters on social media with fake news.
Following these recent revelations there are calls for Kushner’s security to be revoked.
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