By Celeste Katz for Newsweek
The Obama administration’s ethics czar says if a former top aide to President Donald Trump cooperates in the ongoing Russia probe, he could drop a dime on Trump’s son-in-law — and set off a chain reaction that goes all the way to the top of the “crime family.”
Norman Eisen tweeted Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be leaning on former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in hopes that Flynn will cooperate and squeal on Jared Kushner, who’s married to Trump’s daughter.
Kushner, who serves as a high-ranking Oval Office aide, reportedly pressured the president to fire then-FBI Director James Comey while the bureau was investigating potential collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign. He has acknowledged multiple contacts with Russian officials, but flatly denied misconduct.Jared Kushner, Michael Flynn, Newsweek, Robert Mueller, Russian Hacking
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