9 Key Claims In Kushner’s Statement Debunking The Russian ‘Collusion’ Narrative

“Donald Trump had a better message and ran a better campaign, and that is why he won. Suggesting otherwise ridicules those who voted for him.”

On Monday, President Trump’s son-in-law and key advisor Jared Kushner released an 11-page statement systematically debunking the allegations involving him regarding Team Trump’s supposed “collusion” with the Russian government during the campaign and transition. Just after Kushner gave his statement to a Senate investigative committee, he held a press conference outside the White House in which he unequivocally stated that he “did not collude with Russia” nor did he know of anyone in the campaign who did.

“Let me be very clear, I did not collude with Russia nor do I know anyone in the campaign who did so,” Kushner told reporters. “Since the first questions were raised in March, I have been consistent in saying that I was eager to share any information I have with the investigating bodies, and I have done so today. The record and documents I have voluntarily provided will show that all of my actions were proper and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign.”

In his remarks, he also took a moment to smack the media and the Democrats for using the Russian “collusion” narrative as an attempt to dismiss the success of Trump’s campaign and undermine the legitimacy of the free and fair democratic election.

“Donald Trump had a better message and ran a better campaign, and that is why he won,” Kushner said succinctly. “Suggesting otherwise ridicules those who voted for him.”

Below are the key claims Kushner makes in his 11-page statement.

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Kushner Releases 11-Page Statement: Denies Collusion, Confirms Four Meetings With Russians

Ahead of his closed-door meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee at 10am, Jared Kushner released an 11-page statement which confirmed four contacts with Russians during his father-in-law’s presidential campaign or after the election, but described the encounters as unmemorable and denied colluding with the Russian government to help Donald Trump win the election.

The Senate Intelligence Committee is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign, including whether Trump’s campaign colluded with a Russian government effort to tip the election toward Trump.

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NSA Leak: Sessions Reportedly Discussed Trump Campaign With Former Russian Ambassador

 

The Washington Post just made Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s rotten week even worse.

In what appears to be yet another leaked NSA intercept, WaPo reports citing ‘current and former American officials’, that Sergey Kislyak, the now infamous former Russian ambassador to the US, told his superiors in Moscow that he discussed campaign-related matters – including policy issues important to Moscow – with Sessions during the 2016 presidential race. If accurate, the report would amount to yet another straw on the camel’s back of Sessions’ relationship with the former ambassador – who has been at the center of many of the US media’s stories alleging collusion between Russian officials and the Trump campaign.

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Deep State Drops Friday Leak On AG Sessions To Juice Up Russian Hysteria

Fake News WaPo dropped another Deep State leak Friday afternoon to juice up the Russian hysteria as they claim AG Jeff Sessions spoke to a Russian envoy twice during the 2016 presidential election.

Russian envoy Sergey Kislyak’s accounts of two conversations with Jeff Sessions, who was at the time a Senator from Alabama, were intercepted by U.S. spy agencies, according to WaPo. This is only further proof that Obama was spying on and unmasking GOP lawmakers during the 2016 presidential election.

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COLLUSION! Democratic Senator Said She’d Never Met Russian Ambassador, Attended Black Tie Event At His Home

We need a special prosecutor to look into whether Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) is guilty of colluding with the Russians. I don’t like it, but these are their rules. Any meeting or interactions with the Russians is inappropriate. It’s treason—and the fact that she lied about it makes the collusion allegation sound more damning. Of course, this is all crap, but that’s how Democrats sound every time Russia and Trump are the topic of discussion. As if some sort of widespread Manchurian Candidate-style operation was devised within the halls of the Kremlin. There is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians. Every time there’s been an update, such as more undisclosed meetings, there’s always that seventh or eighth paragraph of the story that states nothing about such rendezvous points to any wrongdoing or collusion. What we do know about Sen. McCaskill is that she lied about meeting the Russian ambassador.

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Did The FBI Retaliate Against Michael Flynn By Launching Russia Probe?

Secret memos show Trump adviser roiled bureau by intervening in agent’s discrimination case before he was targeted in Russia case.

The FBI launched a criminal probe against former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn two years after the retired Army general roiled the bureau’s leadership by intervening on behalf of a decorated counterterrorism agent who accused now-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe and other top officials of sexual discrimination, according to documents and interviews.

Flynn’s intervention on behalf of Supervisory Special Agent Robyn Gritz was highly unusual, and included a letter in 2014 on his official Pentagon stationary, a public interview in 2015 supporting Gritz’s case and an offer to testify on her behalf. His offer put him as a hostile witness in a case against McCabe, who was soaring through the bureau’s leadership ranks.

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What Is the Washington Post Hiding About Its Jared Kusher Story?

The Washington Post editors refuse to publicly release the smoking gun “anonymous letter” that serves as the foundation of their sensational charge that White House advisor Jared Kushner sought a secret, back-channel to Russian officials.

The “anonymous letter” was part of a front-page article claiming the president’s son-in-law sought to set up a private communications channel to Russian officials during a discussion with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. The piece was published Sunday and received high profile coverage throughout the long Memorial Day weekend.

“The Post was first alerted in mid-December to the meeting by an anonymous letter, which said, among other things, that Kushner had talked to Kislyak about setting up the communications channel,” the article’s three authors stated.

WaPo also claimed American intelligence agencies discovered the ploy through an intercepted open phone call by Kislyak to Moscow. Observers have noted that Kislyak, a seasoned spy, made the phone call on an “open line,” and therefore knew it was likely to be intercepted.

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