White House Councilor Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerClinton and Ocasio-Cortez joke about the alleged use of WusApp by Kushner Hillicon Valley: Kushner accused of using WhatsApp, a personal email intended for official purposes | The White House rejects the Trump-Putin communication request | Facebook has left 'hundreds of millions' unsecured passwords | Cummings says Ivanka Trump does not preserve all official communications, according to Cummings Through the intermediary of his lawyer, he indicated that he would provide documents to the Judiciary Committee of the House as part of the Committee's extensive investigation into the administration, campaign and affairs of M Trump through his lawyer, said a committee source at The Hill.
Kushner's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, told the committee that he and his client will provide documents as part of the commission's first wave of document requests, the source said. It is unclear to what extent the documents provided by Kushner will be voluminous.
Lowell and his spokesperson did not respond to several requests for comments regarding such projects.
Speaker of the Judiciary Committee of the House Jerrold NadlerJerrold (Jerry) Lewis NadlerL 'former White House collaborator, Hope Hicks, will cooperate with Dems' investigation on Trump. The real reason why Nancy Pelosi is removed from the impeachment is that President Trump should not underestimate Jerry Nadler MORE (DN.Y.) Released a request for large-scale documents earlier this month asking 81 individuals and entities to hand over documents related to the panel's investigation into cases of corruption, obstruction of justice and ethics in the administration.
A few days after Nadler's request, Trump initially hinted that he would not want to comply with the requests for documents, citing what he said was the handling of congressional issues by the former President. Obama during his tenure.
"They did not give a letter. They did not do anything. They did not give a letter of requests, "he said.
He also called it a shame and said it was the beginning of the presidential campaign.
Among the many requests from the justice system are information about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting in which Kushner, the son of Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpOn The Money: Liberal Groups Pressure Dems on Trump Tax Returns | Top Trump economist says tax cuts fuel the economy | Trump Jr. denounces Theresa May because of Brexit delay | Watchdog warns of "optimistic" assumptions in budget Trump Trump Jr. denounces the Brexit delay: "Theresa May should have followed my father's advice" The Hill's Morning Report – Democrats are considering major electoral and judicial reforms, PLUS, then campaign manager Paul ManafortPaul John ManafortCollege admissions scandal highlights the importance of lawyers' ethics in America Five things to watch for before the White House prepares Mueller report As collusion with Russia fades, a conspiracy Ukrainian to help Clinton emerge MORE and others met with a Kremlin-related lawyer who, in their view, had difficulty nominating a Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton: The Social Democrats of America are sponsoring Sanders as President. How to end the Electoral College and elect our next president by popular vote? CNN's town halls place the network at the center of the Dem primary Read more.
Kushner was also invited to return all documents related to the Trump Organization's discussions on the construction of a Trump Tower in Moscow in the 2016 election, the publication of WikiLeaks hacked Democratic emails, the payment of sums of money. money made to women alleging business with the president, contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia as well as events that took place in the administration, such as the dismissal of the former director of the FBI James ComeyJames Brien ComeyThe Morning's Morning Report – Washington is preparing for the end of Mueller Comey: I do not want Mueller to demonstrate that Trump is a criminal. Trump's attacks on McCain exacerbate tensions with the Senate. GOP MORE.
Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, is one of the members of Trump's family to whom documents have been requested. Democrats also asked for documents from Trump Jr. and the other son of the president, Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpThe Hispanic Caucus Requests a Trump Organizational Survey Hiring Undocumented Workers Nadler: Half of Trump's Investigation Targets Might Satisfy Requests for Documents Eric Trump Says His Dad Would Benefit From An "easy win" over Joe Biden MORE. The Democrats did not specifically request documents from Kushner's wife, Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) TrumpHillicon Valley Marie: Kushner accused of using WhatsApp, a personal email intended for official work | The White House rejects the Trump-Putin communication request | Facebook has left 'hundreds of millions' unsecured passwords | Cummings says Ivanka Trump does not preserve all official communications Kushner is accused of using WhatsApp, a personal email to conduct official business: report MOREalthough they asked for information about it.
The panel also asks Kushner to shed light on internal administration issues, such as Trump 's contacts with his former acting Attorney General, Matthew Whitaker, on topics such as the special advocate. Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud Mueller's choice to lead the investigation on RussiaThe commission investigated the interference of Russia in the 2016 election, as well as in the Southern District of New York (SDNY), which investigates secret payments.
Democrats have expressed concern that the president has installed Whitaker, considered a Trump loyalist, to prevent or end Mueller's investigation. Whitaker left his post earlier this year after confirmation by Attorney General William Barr.
The president's son-in-law is also invited to provide documents that may disclose possible pardons granted to Manafort, former White House national security advisor Michael Flynn, or the former defense lawyer. Trump. Michael CohenMichael Dean CohenSwalwell on Hicks' Testimony: "She's going to have to tell us who she's lied to" in Trump admin The College Admissions Scandal Highlights the Importance of Law Enforcement in America Hillicon Valley: Kushner accused of using WhatsApp, personal email intended for official work | The White House rejects the Trump-Putin communication request | Facebook has left 'hundreds of millions' unsecured passwords | Tech under pressure to eradicate extremism MORE.