washington - The adviser and son-in-law of US President, Jared Kushner, sees his meetings with Russian officials as a normal part of the political company. 'All my actions were correct and were done in the normal course of a very unique campaign,' he said in Washington on Monday after journalists after a testimony in the Senate.
He again denied that he had secret meetings with Russian officials. None of the conversations were inappropriate, he said.
The 36-year-old Kushner was previously closed doors closed by a Senate committee. Prior to that testimony, he issued a statement calling him a total of four meetings with Russian officials.
Kushner had brought the Russian affair back to attention once he became aware that he had a meeting with a Russian advocate. At this meeting, the oldest son of the president, Donald Trump Jr., and former campaign leader Paul Manafort also participated.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n An activist tries Kushner to push a Russian flag. Safeguards know that.\n \n \n Photo: REUTERS
The FBI and parliamentarians from the Senate and from the House of Representatives are investigating alleged conspiracies of people around Trump with the Kremlin. Their goal would have been to damage rival Hillary Clinton's campaign.