Trump has declared the full confidence of his son –

Jared Kushner and Donald trump

The President of the United States Donald trump fully trust his senior Advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner, who was accused of having relations with representatives of Russia. The American leader has pointed this out in his statement, which was distributed on Sunday, may 28, the newspaper the New York Times.

“Jared does a great job for the country (USA — approx. “Of the”). I trust him completely. He is respected literally everything, and he is working on a program that will save our country billions of dollars”, — quotes the edition of trump.

In addition, as noted by the American leader, Kouchner “a very good man.”

On may 26, the Washington Post, citing the intelligence report, said that Kouchner and Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergey Kislyak discussed the possibility of creating a “secret and secure channel of communication” between the transition team of trump and the Kremlin. How to write a newspaper, Kislyak told the leadership in Moscow that Kouchner made the offer during a meeting in early December in the trump tower in new York.

A day earlier, NBC News reported that the FBI began checking the “Russian case” in relation to Kouchner. The channel sources have indicated that he possesses important information that is relevant to the investigation “attempts of intervention of the government of Russia in the presidential elections of 2016”, to oversee that 18 may was appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller.

Moscow has repeatedly accused of meddling in the US presidential election. Such statements, in particular, contained in the published in January, declassified part of the report, which was prepared by the Central intelligence Agency, Federal Bureau of investigation and the national security Agency of the United States. It said that Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed to organize a campaign to discredit the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and win the Republican Donald trump. Russia denies all these charges.