Published On: Fri, Mar 3rd, 2017

Kushner also met Russian Ambassador after Flynn and Sessions

After Michael Flynn and Jeff Sessions, more names of President Trump’s aide come in media who met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Kushner also met Russian Ambassador after Flynn and Sessions

More advisers disclosed about their meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. It’s reported by New Yorker in December 2016 and Michael Flynn in New York Times that close ally and son-in-law of President Donald Trump Jarred Kushner had a meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in Trump’s Tower in December. Later on, it was further explained by officials that, the meeting last longed for only 10 minutes, it was “introductory meeting” and “kind of an inconsequential hello.”

Last month, Michael Flynn was fired by Trump’s Administration as a national security adviser for misleading the Vice President of United States of America Pence Mike about his meeting with Russian Ambassador. Later on, Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would recuse himself from investigations into the Trump campaign relationship with Russia after news emerged that he too had spoken privately with the ambassador. Gordon told CNN that along with national security advisers Carter Page and Walid Phares, Gordon stressed to the Russian envoy that he would like to improve relations with Russia. Gordon added that at no time did any inappropriate chatter come up about colluding with the Russians to aid the Trump campaign.

Recent Posts

Giftster

Let The iPhone Be The Elf To Your Santa

October 18, 2017, Comments Off on Let The iPhone Be The Elf To Your Santa
Workplace Injuries

The Most Common Workplace Injuries And How To Avoid Them

October 18, 2017, Comments Off on The Most Common Workplace Injuries And How To Avoid Them
Business Blunders

Business Blunders And How To Keep Them At Bay

October 17, 2017, Comments Off on Business Blunders And How To Keep Them At Bay
realstate

Canadian Real Estate’s Big Chill

October 14, 2017, Comments Off on Canadian Real Estate’s Big Chill