Congressional Democrats raising questions about Jared Kushner’s campaign contacts with Russia are beginning to ask: What did Ivanka Trump know, and when?
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"Whether we believe Trump's Jr.'s claim that Kushner did not know the meeting's purpose beforehand is immaterial," Democratic Rep. Don Beyer of Virginia said in a statement. "The fact that Jared Kushner initially omitted this meeting from his [security clearance form], and only disclosed it after coming under considerable scrutiny, implies that he knew something untoward had happened." "Kushner should not be permitted access to classified material, he should not be empowered to conduct official business on behalf of the American people, and he should not be allowed to continue in any capacity as a counselor to the president," Beyer later added. "He has irrevocably betrayed the public trust. Jared Kushner must resign. If he will not, he should be fired."
The amendment to a massive Defense bill from Virginia Democrat Rep. Don Beyer would bar any Pentagon funds from being used to "share intelligence, information, equipment, personnel or facilities" related to any US cyber agreement with Russia.