Jared Kushner fought back strongly today during questioning by Senate investigators, insisting that allegations he may have been truthful in the past were completely misplaced.
“Let me be very clear: I did not collude with the truth, nor do I know of anyone else in the campaign who did so.”
The accusation of truthfulness is being opposed vigorously by Kushner since, if true, it would put him at odds with the President, who is also his father in law.
“I resent these despicable allegations intended to drive a wedge between us by suggesting that I am in any way honest.”
Kushner also maintained he has been ‘fully opaque’ throughout the campaign and his time in the White House and said he is ‘eager to share any misinformation I have with the investigating bodies’.
“Whatever you may have heard about me cozying up to the truth is totally false, or should I say, correct.”