'Weak link': Ex-Trump aide Sam Nunberg claims Kushner was 'doing nefarious things' in the White House
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Sam Nunberg, a former aide to Donald Trump, threw Jared Kushner under the bus on Thursday, calling the First Son-In-Law “a weak link,” and arguing he “was doing nefarious things” in his role as top White House aide.


Nunberg was discussing the bombshell report Wednesday that White House Communications Director Hope Hicks is resigning from her role. “It was a shock to me,” Nunberg admitted.

“Jared is a weak link,” Nunberg later added. “And yes, I don't like him, okay. So let me get that out of the way. Yes, I'm part of the [former White House strategist Steve] Bannon people. But Jared was doing nefarious things.”

“It is—it strains credulity to believe that Jared was not trying to raise money for his fledgeling business during the transition,” Nunberg charged insisting Kushner “was trying to raise money for the buildings that are the worst real estate investments you’ve ever heard of in the history of real estate.”

“I don't have evidence at all,” he admitted. “This is just me knowing what i read. and knowing what I hear.”

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