President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, forwarded emails about a "Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite," two senators say.
Kushner was copied on emails sent to the Trump campaign last year from Sergei Millian, a Belarussian businessman who has worked with the Trump Organization.
Kushner said he really didn't want to get involved when asked to challenge Trump, stating that his "focus is on Middle East peace," per a new book.
"We'll just get in a fight if I go over there," Kushner reportedly told a Republican lawmaker on January 7.
A watchdog report found that former President Trump created a "taxpayer-funded campaign apparatus within the upper echelons of the executive branch."
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump remain an influential couple even after their time as advisors in the White House. Ivanka turns 40 on October 30.
McCain told Bravo's Andy Cohen she thought the duo wanted to attend John McCain's funeral to be part of what turned out to be an "enormous moment."
Kushner eventually paid the US government for the expensive items out of his own pocket after leaving the White House, The New York Times reports.
"You know, you do a good job," Trump told the California Democrat in the Oval Office in March 2017, according to an excerpt from Schiff's new book.
In a new book, Stephanie Grisham, who worked for both Donald and Melania Trump, refers to Jared Kushner as "Rasputin in a slim suit."
"Ivanka and Jared were both senior advisers, but I had no idea they would be sitting in on the Putin call," Hill writes in her memoir.
"It was the first and only time that happened, because we came to find out that it was against the rules," Stephanie Grisham writes in her tell-all.
Much of what Kushner did in the White House was "completely irresponsible and against protocol," Grisham wrote in her tell-all memoir.
Grisham also blasted Jared Kushner's "arrogance and presumption" and blamed him for Trump's disastorous first national address on COVID-19.
Former top White House aide Stephanie Grisham used a slew of colorful metaphors to describe Trump's White House in her forthcoming memoir.
"I finally figured out what was going on," Grisham reportedly wrote in her book. "Jared and Ivanka thought they were the royal family of the United States."
Grisham reportedly said that she noticed the increasing influence of first daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, in the White House.