Kushner gives up on Trump’s mission to destroy 2020 election

As President Donald Trump tries to overturn the 2020 election, forgives the perpetrators of one of the Iraq War’s most infamous atrocities and throws a last-minute wrench into government funding and relief legislation COVID, his most trusted advisor has been halfway around the world. .

Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House aide, spent a lot of time after the election abroad, including defending his work in the Middle East. He planted an olive tree in the Grove of Nations in Jerusalem, collided with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu, and took the first direct flight between Morocco and Israel, after orchestrating a formal detente between the two nations – a detente lubricated by the arms sales and a de facto green light for the territorial annexation of Palestinian land.

The trip was festive. On Monday, US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman announced that the court outside the US Embassy in Jerusalem would be named in honor of Kushner. But he also hit the individuals at home as madly, almost comically, inappropriate; and, they suspect, deliberately. Jared, after all, has a habit of coming out of dodging at the most problematic times and a few times are as problematic as the current one.

“That’s exactly what Jared is doing,” said a senior Trump aide.

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