Should Jared Kushner still be allowed to work in the White House? | The Tylt
President Trump’s son-in-law-turned-chief-advisor Jared Kushner is under FBI investigation, and Michael Flynn's plea deal seems to implicate Kushner further. Kushner was part of Donald Trump, Jr.'s infamous meeting with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have dirt on Hillary Clinton, failed to disclose meetings with Russian officials and tried to create a secret channel between Moscow and Trump officials. But Kushner hasn't been accused of any crime, and defenders say revoking his security clearance or firing him would be premature. What do you think? 🤐
Should Jared Kushner still be allowed to work in the White House?
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