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04 November 2017, 12:11 | Bernice Figueroa
How Russian Bots Rallied on Election Day to Smear Hillary Clinton and Put Donald Trump in the White House
Donald Trump has been reported to be angry with Jared Kushner as the probe into alleged interference during the US Presidential election continues to hang over his administration.
Jared Kushner has turned over documents in recent weeks to special counsel Robert Mueller as investigators have begun asking in witness interviews about Kushner's role in the firing of FBI Director James Comey, CNN has learned.
Bannon for the first eight months of Trump's presidency was his top strategic adviser and reportedly clashed frequently with Kushner.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law White House adviser Jared Kushner recently gave documents from the 2016 campaign and transition to special counsel Robert Mueller, who is overseeing the federal Russian Federation probe, CNN reported late Thursday.
Those decisions led to Mueller taking over the investigation after being appointed as special counsel.
After Mr. Mueller's special counsel team announced the Manafort and Gates indictments, they unsealed a guilty plea by former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos for making a false statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about Russian contacts. "Trump is at 33 percent in Gallup".
Kushner, who is Ivanka Trump's husband, testified for two days behind closed doors to the House and Senate Intelligence committees' Russian Federation probes. You can't go any lower. That's why they warned him the White House that he could be blackmailed. Those actions led to Mueller's appointment as special counsel.
Former White House officials are barred from "contacting any part of the executive branch, including the president, with the intent to influence official decisions in any particular party matter in which the former official participated personally", according to the attorneys.
In addition, Roger Stone, a longtime Trump adviser, also told Trump that Kushner was "giving him bad political advice".
Another campaign aide, Sam Nunberg, echoed Stone's sentiment. The former advisor added, " I would say [Kushner] should go back to real estate in NY.
The White House didn't respond to Vanity Fair's request for comment.
As it turns out, the couple aren't well liked in Washington D.C., according to a Vanity Fair report from August that illuminated the extent to which people in their adopted hometown and in the White House view them as a feared and vindictive duo who are essentially powerless but who clueless about that reality.
Kelly, the White House chief of staff, has acknowledged that the investigation has taken its toll on the president.
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