washington - The son-in-law and the eldest son of President Trump, Jared Kushner and Donald Trump Jr., stressed Monday that they never stumble with the Russian government. They did not collaborate with Moscow last year and did not seek any secret contacts with the Kremlin.
This is stated in their statement for researchers from the US Congress. The statement was distributed monday, shortly before they were heard behind closed doors by Congressmen. Kushner talks with Congressmen and Trump Jr. on Wednesday, Wednesday.
Kushner hesitated that he 'had no dubious contacts and also did not trust money from Russia for business in the private sector. 'Kushner said,' I might have spoken four times a Russian delegate in the time when there were election campaigns and when Trump became president. '
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.