Jared Kushner is sticking to his story!
The former senior advisor to ex-President Donald Trump was questioned by Federal investigators about whether or not his father-in-law ever privately admitted he lost the 2020 election to President Joe Biden. However, Kushner testified that Trump truly believed he was wronged by the results.
The questioning of former Trump cabinet members is part of the ongoing investigation led by special counsel Jack Smith to get to the bottom of the 44th commander-in-chief's connections to baseless assertions of widespread voter fraud and attempts to block congressional certification of Biden's Electoral College victory.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark A. Milley, also backed up Griffin's claim that Trump was well aware of his failure, which he allegedly expressed during a December 2020 meeting in the Oval Office.
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"He says words to the effect of: Yeah, we lost, we need to let that issue go to the next guy," Milley said during his testimony, before clarifying, "Meaning President Biden.”
"And the entire gist of the conversation was — and it lasted — that meeting lasted maybe an hour or something like that — very rational," he continued. "He was calm. There wasn’t anything — the subject we were talking about was a very serious subject, but everything looked very normal to me. But I do remember him saying that."
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The staffer explained that while it did take the right-wing leader a minute for reality catch up with him, it eventually did. "It wasn't there in the first session, but then all of a sudden it starts appearing," Milley recalled.
The New York Times reported on Kushner's testimony about his father-in-law.