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Trump Crime Family: Cohen Thinks Kushner Has Already Flipped on Donald

Trump Crime Family: Cohen Thinks Kushner Has Already Flipped on Donald

Former Trump “fixer” Michael Cohen made a bold declaration on Wednesday when he tweeted that he thinks that Jared Kushner has already flipped on his father-in-law in conversations with prosecutors.

Cohen referenced a 2017 CNN report about Jared Kushner being the so-called “secretary of everything,” because Trump handed everything off to him to accomplish. He did not offer any evidence but said he thought that was the case because of how little Kushner had been mentioned.

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 02: Senior White House Advisor Jared Kushner speaks in the press briefing room with members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force April 2, 2020 in Washington, DC. The U.S. government reported an unprecedented 6.6 million jobless claims this morning as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

“Interesting how Jared Kushner (#SecretaryOfEverything) name appears to be absent from all the controversy, indictments and arrests. Is he next to fall or a cooperating witness? Knowing what a snake he is, I bet the latter!” tweeted Cohen on Wednesday.

Tom Barrack’s indictment will also potentially lead to other indictments. Meanwhile, rumors have been swirling that both Kushner and Ivanka are distancing themselves from the former president. Kushner, according to reports, wants to focus on his book and continue to pat himself for his diplomatic efforts in the Middle East — including some initiatives that benefited the government of the United Arab Emirates, which Barrack is accused of illegally spying for.

Cohen pleaded guilty to federal crimes including lying to Congress, tax evasion, and bank fraud. Cohen, who is serving the rest of his sentence under house arrest, has become one of Trump’s most vocal critics. He has cooperated with prosecutors and provided evidence against his former boss since at least 2019 in a bid for a more lenient sentence.

Cohen alleged in June that Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, had been involved in creating false documentary evidence on Donald Trump’s behalf. No evidence of that has emerged, but Cohen was also right about Allen Weisselberg. Mary Trump, Donald’s estranged niece, has speculated that Ivanka could be persuaded to provide evidence against her father.

“As counterintuitive as this might sound, I think Ivanka has, one, more to lose, and, two, more to hang on to. Her husband’s family is legitimately very wealthy,” she told The Daily Beast earlier in July.

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