Did Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner turn him in to the FBI?

Jared Kushner, husband of Donald Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka, is the FBI’s source on the existence and content of the classified documents that were seized during a search of the former US head of state’s residence.

This statement was made by Marie Trump, niece of the ex-president, in an interview with The Dean Obeidallah Show, quoted by bg-voice.com.

Kushner and Ivanka were senior White House advisers in the Trump administration.

“I think we have to think about why Jared got $2 billion.

He has been avoiding any public appearances for several months now.

That way he can get out of an investigation,” Mary Trump said.

A few months ago, Kushner provided his company with $2 billion from the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia.

Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen also expressed the opinion that the informant could be one of his relatives.

“Certainly the FBI informant is a member of Trump’s inner circle,” Cohen told Insider.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if it was Jared or one of his kids,” he shared.

In early February, news first emerged that the former president had illegally taken classified documents to the Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) confirming that it had searched 15 boxes of records.

Trump himself described the search as a “witch hunt.”

“Truth is on my side, and when you have the Truth, you will win in the end!” he announced.

Second, they didn’t need to “seize” anything.

They could have these documents whenever they wanted without playing a witch hunt and breaking into Mar-a-Lago,” he wrote in a post.


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