REPORT: Mueller Expands Witch Hunt to Jared Kushner’s Contacts With Chinese Investors During Trump Transition
Mueller is on the march as he expands his witch hunt yet again.
Rosenstein gave Mueller a broad jurisdiction so he is on a fishing expedition.
Since Mueller has failed to find any evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, he is now investigating Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner for his efforts to secure financing for his company from foreign investors during the presidential transition, CNN reported.
Dirty cop Mueller is going beyond Jared Kushner’s contacts with Russia according to a new report.
Mueller now wants to investigate a November 16, 2016 meeting Kushner had with Chinese investors over a real estate deal.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s interest in Jared Kushner has expanded beyond his contacts with Russia and now includes his efforts to secure financing for his company from foreign investors during the presidential transition, according to people familiar with the inquiry.This is the first indication that Mueller is exploring Kushner’s discussions with potential non-Russian foreign investors, including in China.[…]One line of questioning from Mueller’s team involves discussions Kushner had with Chinese investors during the transition, according to the sources familiar with the inquiry.A week after Trump’s election, Kushner met with the chairman and other executives of Anbang Insurance, the Chinese conglomerate that also owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York, according to The New York Times.At the time, Kushner and Anbang’s chairman, Wu Xiaohui, were close to finishing a deal for the Chinese insurer to invest in the flagship Kushner Companies property, 666 Fifth Avenue. Talks between the two companies collapsed in March, according to the Times.Mueller’s team has also asked about Kushner’s dealings with a Qatari investor regarding the same property, according to one of the sources. Kushner and his company were negotiating for financing from a prominent Qatari investor, former prime minister Hamad bin Jassim Al Thani, according to The Intercept. But as with Anbang, these efforts stalled.
Kushner attorney Abbe Lowell told CNN in a statement, “Another anonymous source with questionable motives now contradicts the facts — in all of Mr. Kushner’s extensive cooperation with all inquiries, there has not been a single question asked nor document sought on the 666 building or Kushner Co. deals. Nor would there be any reason to question these regular business transactions.”