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Did Jarrod Kushner have the right to create a "back channel" to Russia?


It seems Trump's son-in-law is being investigated for trying to get a Russian designed encrypted line to one of Russia's suspected spies. This would be acceptable if he was already installed in the government, but not as a private citizen. Furthermore, he also had contact with one of Russia's already sanctioned former KGB operatives who now runs a bank. Where will all of the Russia connections end?

 

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    Yes Dear (lovemychris) 8 weeks ago

    ummm did obama do it out of the eyes and ears of american intelligence? was he offering to do it in iran secure location, not telling usa? this is traitorous. patriotism is sure watered down in trumpland. smh


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    Randy Godwin 8 weeks ago

    Those who claim Kushner was doing something ordinary do not realize these back channels are always set up through our intel agencies, not with the enemy's technology. This breaks the rules and could be punished with up to 3 years in prison.


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    Randy Godwin 8 weeks ago

    Is there anyone in Trump's bunch who hasn't been in contact with the Russians? And why are they trying to keep any documents from the various investigations if there's no there there?


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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 8 weeks ago

    I figured on this one CNN would be a good source. They say it has never been used. My memory says once. We must be clear that just negotiating a contract is not covered.


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