Kushner tells Congressional interns the Trump campaign was too ‘disorganized’ to collude with Russians: report
The disorganization of President Donald Trump’s campaign was so evident, even his closest allies will openly claim it.
In a transcript provided to Foreign Policy, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner told Congressional interns that their campaign was so disorganized, there was no way they could have colluded with Russians to win the race.
“They thought we colluded, but we couldn’t even collude with our local offices,” Kushner told an assembled group of interns on Monday.
The closed-door talk took place at D.C.’s Capitol Visitor Center, and was rescheduled from two weeks prior, when Kushner testified before Congress about Russia.
During the Q&A session, Kushner also reportedly told the interns the White House doesn’t know what will happen with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Trump’s possible collusion with Russian operatives.