Kushner will turn on Trump after indictment in Russia probe: Wolff

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The White House regrets rolling out the carpet for this guy, but everybody wanted to be in the book

[ Editor’s Note: We have to take all of Wolff’s comments with several grains of salt. He cites no sources for his claims and has a vested interest with his book sales to keep the drama at a pitch.

That said, if Jared did something stupid, and then Trump, too…thinking that shoehorning a family member into the White House would give him a safe channel for doing some hanky-panky on the side, I think his or their chances of getting away with it would be close to zero.

And I don’t base that on personal animosity. I base it on observing the hubris; and the history it has had as a key factor in the powerful falling from grace.

The Kushner family may be stretched out financially. Dad Kushner had the prison disease, wanting to make a big score to highlight that he was a tough survivor, with his paying the highest price ever for a building in New York City.

Trump set Jared up to be able to talk outside of the country with the Royal Family

The family paid too much for 666 Fifth Avenue, with a balloon mortgage due this year. Efforts to find a big pocket to step in to take it over have been a dry well.

Surprisingly, the option the Kushners were pushing is tearing it down and rebuilding twice as big, with someone else’s money of course.

There have been rumors that Daddy Trump was giving Jared face time with people like the Saudis, hoping they might want to buy some influence with the Trump family by banking the Kushners out of their 2018 mortgage problem.

Jared is supposed to be divested from family business operations, so his getting caught trying to use his “unpaid position” to send some big deals their way could be his undoing. Who knows what other investigations could be going on in the background that could pop up?

We shall have to wait and see, but not too long, as Mueller will do whatever he is going to do before the midterms, as the public will be expecting itJim W. Dean ]

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Daddy Kushner showing up for sentencing

– First published … February 24, 2018

The author of the explosive top-selling book exposing the inner workings of US President Donald Trump’s White House insists that the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner will be indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing probe into alleged Russia election meddling and will consequently turn on Trump.

Speaking at London event Friday evening to promote his book, Fire and Fury, author Michael Wolff further opined that Kushner’s indictment will come in the “bloodiest time in this administration,” suggesting that Mueller’s investigation could prompt Trump’s biggest crisis yet prior to the midterm US elections next November, when it is highly anticipated that the ruling Republican Party will lose its control of both houses of the US Congress.

“There is a pretty good possibility at this point that Jared will be indicted,” Wolff said as quoted in a Huffington Post report on Saturday in response to a question at the book-signing event on whether Trump would ultimately “fire his own daughter?”

“So the more direct question is will Trump throw his son-in-law under the bus, and then the corollary to that is, will his son-in-law throw his father-in-law under the bus?” Wolff emphasized. “And I think the answer to both of those questions is ‘yes’.”

According to the report, while discussing the incredibly high turnover rate of White House staff at the London event, Wolff was also asked about his opinion on Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump, who are among the most influential people in the US president’s inner circle despite their inexperience in foreign and political affairs.

Describing the couple as “the most entitled people on earth”, Wolff further underlined that they have “not one scintilla of relevant experience to this job. Not one. And suddenly they are the most important people in the world.”

The development came as Kushner remained the center of controversy after the resignation of White House aide Rob Porter prompted Chief of Staff John Kelly to change the rules for obtaining a security clearance.

Rob Porter resigned after his two ex-wives accused him of domestic abuse.

Kushner remains among dozens of White House aides operating under an interim clearance, not yet fully cleared due to complications in their backgrounds. In the case of Kushner — a rich, Jewish businessman from New York — his financial links have taken a long time to examine.

Kelly had set Friday as the deadline for adjudicating the cases of Kushner and others in clearance limbo. According to a source familiar with the issue, the situation has caused tensions between Kushner and Kelly.

Trump, meanwhile, has left it up to Kelly to decide on Kushner’s security clearance, saying at a joint news conference with visiting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that Kelly “respects Jared a lot and General Kelly will make that call” on how to resolve the issue.

With Kelly seated nearby, Trump added, “I have no doubt he will make the right decision.”

Trump further praised Kushner, who is the administration’s point man in the so-called Israeli-Palestinian “peace talks,” pointing out that he serves without a salary.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Jared, go home. You will have some wrinkles and scowls before you are ready for this game of chicken!

  2. Great forward, and the point about hubris is a very reliable “tell”. Certainly the best example of hubris for Kushner is the purchase of the address, which he certainly knew was a christian trigger. To buy 666 and make it a very public address that we would actually not know about unless ,…. is weird.
    I can just hear the people at the clerks office when the address was registered as these are numerically by lot size, and everyone rolling their eyes. They all knew it would end somehow in a way that would exemplify human frailty, and the intuition of humans have made manifest. NOT confirmation of revelations. For crying out loud.

    • John, yes I do. I will put my money on Ivanka turning on Jared in an effort to save herself and her father.
      I would put a timeline of something before April 4. The ides of march approacheth.
      Jared will not turn on Trump, who thrives on chaos, and lives for it. He manages to keep his suit clean

      Trumps whole thing, is to find the fringe of allowable behavior with out crossing. There are 2 Trumps,

  3. Kushner’s cushy number was a nice little earner while it lasted but gangsta types usually end up taking the rap for something invariably rapacious. Itchy, twitchy fingers get out of hand as evidenced by a stretch in the slammer or ‘Big House’ or is it ‘the joint’ in Joisey, by scammer Senior. Junior has looked so out of place since the git-go – equal wolf and domesticated dog like a down-under Darwin dingo, allied to his choosing the mark of the Beast as the family escutcheon to establish his street cred and inevitable downward spiral – 666. Let it be said, in all fairness, he just didn’t look suited to the tailored job at hand constrained by such narrow sleeves to ever play more than a few Trump cards from under the table in a house where little if anything is above board.

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