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Thursday, March 8, 2018

Will Trump fire Jared Kushner?

Por dbloggers

Jared Kushner has one foot out of the White House. It wasn´t enough to downgrade from top-secret to secret the information he had access to, and to restrict him the regular access he has had to highly-classified information because of the possible influence and manipulation foreign governments could carry out on him. As part of the investigations and possible manipulation over Kushner from a foreign government, they concluded Trump’s son-in-law loans come from his requestments to financial organizations.

US Democratic lawmakers are asking documents following reported loans from Citibank and Apollo Global Management. Elijah Cummings, the top Democrat in the US’s House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and Senator Elizabeth Warren, made the request a week after H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, expressed his concern about a possible foreign influence due to Kushner’s Company debts.

US President’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is living a hell after his function as a senior adviser has been limited due to blackmail’s threats and security clearances were downgraded.Kushner has faced accusations from US media and a finger pointed by Intelligence former officials after receiving hundreds of millions of dollars in loans from investors who attended White House meetings.

It is remarkable that Kushner’s Company was hit after Jared refinanced it. Nowadays, the company has a $1.2 billion debt. Some speculations inside Washington politicians circle speak about Jared’s moral and ethical compromise. Investors from China and Qatar, and Sergey Gorkovheld meetings with him before he entered the White House. The main issue is what kind of documents signed Jared Kushner or the agreements he could possibly do that would represent a national security issue.

Recently, documents of Apollo, the private equity firm, revealed they made big loans of around $184 million to Mr. Kushner’s family real estate firm. However, Christine Taylor, a spokeswoman for Kushner’s companies, said that the loan will not affect Mr. Kushner’s White House role as Senior Advisor. That was one of the reasons why he lost his top-secret security clearance.

Not only foreign government could obtain influence with Kushner’s business, there also were amid worries from some United States officials that foreign governments tried to push him to deal with them and participate in some agreements in Middle West.

Democrats subpoena Trump and his associates who are ignoring them or at least are been very slow to respond to the requests. Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, said the nepotism’s warning could affect the president’s works due to family members’ links that not only can affect his job at White House but also could cause security problems. Now his son-in-law should resign because he’s lost access to top-secret information, becoming the most high-profile victim in a White House security clearance’s scandal. A former National Security Council official said Kushner’s new clearance implies only State Department cables and not the most sensitive intelligence information and analysis.

Laura Terrell, an old expert clearance counsel under George W. Bush’s administration, said that without access to top-secret information it would be hard for him to handle the portfolios assigned and to understand and perform his work at the White House properly. In addition, he is still under investigation for the Russiangate’s case, as well as the possible influence and manipulation international governments could do over him. Sergey Gorkov, top executive of Vnesheconombank, is one of the men in the investment’s list that interviewed with Jared Kushner. So Jared quite soon maybe say goodbye to his seat at White House.