Seething Trump blames son-in-law Jared Kushner for Mueller's widening probe, report says

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.

Jared Kushner has turned over documents in recent weeks to special counsel Robert Mueller as investigators have begun asking in witness interviews about Kushner's role in the firing of FBI Director James Comey, CNN has learned.

Investigators are reportedly zeroing in on his role in the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, the CNN reported.

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Sam Nunberg, who works under Stone and briefly worked for Trump's campaign, then criticized Kushner on the record. Bannon for the first eight months of Trump's presidency was his top strategic adviser and reportedly clashed frequently with Kushner. Kushner voluntarily turned over the documents, which were similar to the ones he provided congressional investigators earlier this year, CNN reported.

Trump fired Comey in May, leading Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint Mueller to oversee the Justice Department's investigation into Russian meddling in last year's election. "The walls are closing in", one senior Republican close to the White House told the "New York Post". He also established multiple contacts with Russians and other foreign nationals that he did not initially disclose on forms when he joined the government.

When longtime Trump ally Roger Stone recently told the president that Jared had been giving him bad political advice, the president agreed, someone familiar with the conversation told Sherman.

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The meeting was also attended by Paul Manafort, who was Trump's campaign chairman. The focus on the Comey firing goes to a larger question about the involvement in possible obstruction of justice in the Russian Federation investigation.

The White House did not respond to Vanity Fair's request for comment. "I'm only saying publicly what everyone says behind the scenes at Fox News, in conservative media, and the Senate and Congress".

Manafort, 68, and business partner Rick Gates, 45, both entered not guilty pleas in a Washington court after being read charges that they hid millions of dollars they earned working for former Ukrainian politician Viktor Yanukovych and his pro-Moscow political party.

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