Reuters: trump’s son-in-law kept at least three contacts with the Russian Ambassador to the USA
According to the Agency, Jared Kushner and Sergey Kislyak, in particular, twice talked on the phone during the period between April and November 2016.
WASHINGTON, may 27. /Offset. TASS Dmitry Kirsanov/. Son-in-law of U.S. President Donald trump Jared Kushner omitted at least three of their last contacts with the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak.
With this statement made on Friday by the news Agency Reuters, referring to the seven unnamed current and retired U.S. officials.
They claim that the marked contacts Kushner and Kislyak included including two telephone conversations in the period between April and November 2016.
Meanwhile, a lawyer Kouchner, a senior Advisor of the President of trump actually questioned the truthfulness of Reuters information. “Mr. Kouchner took part in a thousand (phone) calls at the appointed time. He doesn’t remember about the calls. We asked (the Agency) to specify the dates of calls, which allegedly took place, so we can study it and give an answer, but did not receive such information,” the attorney said, Jamie Gorelik.
The U.S. presidential election was held November 8, 2016.