Two sides, two explanations.
Is one lying, both lying? Or both telling the truth?
1 -The bank said the session was held as part of a new business strategy.
2- White House said the meeting was unrelated to business and was diplomatic.
Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute, (which was founded by Trump adviser Stephen Bannon and funded in part by a Trump mega-donor, Rebekah Mercer), said the meeting “had conflict of interest written all over it.”
“You worry about a quid pro quo, you worry about Kushner getting some financial arrangement from a Russian financial institution, and you worry about White House policy being shaped in a way that benefits either those banks or Russia at large,”
Looks like the Bannon-Kushner feud is still on. Either that, or Bannon's crowd actually cares about government ethics (don't laugh too hard.)
Please don't forget to call the Ghost Busters .
Edward Abbey and the Monkey Wrench Gang .
Another episode on the long standing series of imaginations gone wild in anti-Trumpland .
The newest soap opera .
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