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USA: Kushner talks about his father-in-law Trump’s election defeat

USA: Kushner talks about his father-in-law Trump’s election defeat

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Kushner questioned his father-in-law’s defeat in the election

Did Donald Trump admit defeat in the last presidential election or not? To illustrate, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was also questioned.


Donald Trump has not yet admitted his electoral defeat.


  • A special investigation team is still preoccupied with the 2020 presidential election.

  • According to media reports, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has now been questioned.

  • He also addressed the issue of whether Trump had privately conceded defeat in the election.

  • No, according to Kushner. His father-in-law is convinced the election was stolen from him.

According to media reports, the investigators have Donald Trump’s son-in-law and former adviser Jared Kushner for their investigation previously. Presidents of the United States after the 2020 elections question. The New York Times and CNN reported on Wednesday (local time), citing unnamed sources, that Kushner testified before a jury. CNN also reported that Hope Hicks, a Trump confidant and advisor at the time, was also questioned.

The New York Times reported that Kushner was questioned in June. In both his cross-examination and the cross-examination of other witnesses in the past few weeks, the question has been whether Trump had privately admitted in the days after the election that he had lost. According to The New York Times, citing a source, Kushner testified that he was under the impression that Trump actually believed his election victory was “stolen” from him — so his successor, Joe Biden, did not win legitimately.

Trump, who wants to be president again in 2024, To this day, he refuses to admit defeat. On the day the US Congress was set to confirm the Democrats’ victory in the election, Trump supporters violently stormed the Houses of Parliament after an incendiary speech by Republicans to prevent the transfer of power.

It is not yet clear if charges will be filed

The US Department of Justice appointed Jack Smith, the independent special counsel, in November to oversee investigations into Trump. He is not only responsible for investigating post-election events and Trump’s role in the January 6, 2021 storming of the US Capitol. He also led the investigation into Trump’s handling of classified government documents, which has already led to the indictment of the former president. He is anxiously awaiting when Smith’s investigation into Trump’s role in the Capitol attack will be completed, whether charges will be filed, and if so, what the crimes were.

Like his wife, Ivanka Trump, Kushner was a close advisor to the former Republican president in the White House. US media reported that Kushner and Ivanka Trump were summoned in February. According to The New York Times, unlike her husband, Trump’s daughter has yet to be interviewed.

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