Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner hands over documents to Special Counsel

The widening special counsel investigation that has so far led to three charges against President Trump's former campaign aides is now zeroing in on White House special adviser Jared Kushner, who is Trump's son in law.

Kushner, 36, who is married to President Trump's daughter Ivanka, voluntarily turned over the documents - which had been previously presented to congressional investigators - to Mueller's team "in recent weeks".

Specifically, he questioned his role in the firings of Michael Flynn and James Comey, sources told "Vanity Fair".

The White House did not provide comment to Vanity Fair, but Trump later Wednesday called The New York Times to say he was not upset by the Mueller investigation.

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From the outset of his father-in-law's presidential campaign, Kushner was the architect of Trump's digital, online, and social media campaigns, enlisting talent from Silicon Valley to run a 100-person social-media team dubbed "Project Alamo".

As part of a Vanity Fair feature detailing a state of panic among some allies of President Donald Trump, former Trump advisor Sam Nunberg tore into the President's son-in-law, Jared Kushner. It's also unclear why Kushner would want Comey fired.

Kushner reportedly advised the president to fire Comey, over the advice of some other senior advisers, and was present during a weekend when the president drafted a letter to fire the director.

According to a source familiar with the conversation, Trump agreed with Stone.

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However, in July, it was reported, and later Kushner confirmed, that he met Russian during Trump's presidential campaign, however, "did not collude with Russians". The former advisor added, " I would say [Kushner] should go back to real estate in NY.

Although Kushner's name has not yet officially come up in Mueller's investigation, it appears it is about to happen soon. You can't go any lower. It is not clear how Kushner's advice to the President might relate to the overall Russian Federation investigation or potential obstruction of justice.

As it turns out, the couple aren't well liked in Washington D.C., according to a Vanity Fair report from August that illuminated the extent to which people in their adopted hometown and in the White House view them as a feared and vindictive duo who are essentially powerless but who clueless about that reality.

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  • Ryan Wade