The senators will question trump’s son-in-law about relations with Russia

Jared Kushner

Us senators plan to question Jared Kushner, son-in-law of the President of the United States Donald trump, about his alleged ties with Russia. It is reported by The New York Times.

In the center of the consideration of the Senate Committee on intelligence will be meeting with Kouchner, Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak. Earlier, the White house acknowledged only one conversation in December: then Kouchner, Kislyak and future Advisor of the American leader on national security, Michael Flynn was going in a skyscraper trump tower. However, recently it became known that after this meeting there was another: at the request of the dubious businessman talked with Sergey Gorkov, the head of the Russian Vnesheconombank, which in 2014 is in the American sanctions list.

In early March, 2017 and CNN, the Washington Post reported that before the US attorney General Jeff sessions was appointed, he also came in contact with Kislyak. And in early February it became known about Flynn’s telephone conversations with the Russian Ambassador. Flynn was eventually forced to resign.

In January it was reported that US intelligence agencies are investigating possible ties between members of the team trump with Moscow. It was noted that investigators have information about certain financial transactions. Trump any political or business ties with Russia denies.