Kushner Bails on Trump’s mission to destroy the 2020 election

As President Donald Trump tries to annul the 2020 election, forgives the perpetrators of one of the most infamous atrocities of the Iraq War and throws a last-minute key to government funding and COVID’s relief legislation, his most trusted adviser is half a world away.

Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser to the White House, spent significant time after the election abroad, including defending the work he did in the Middle East. He planted an olive tree in the Grove of Nations in Jerusalem, elbowed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu and made the first direct flight between Morocco and Israel, after orchestrating a formal distension between the two nations – a lubricated strain from arms sales. and a de facto green light for the territorial annexation of Palestinian lands.

The trip was commemorative. On Monday, the US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, announced that the courtyard in front of the US embassy in Jerusalem would be named in honor of Kushner. But it also seems that the people at home are wild, almost comically, inopportune; and, they deliberately suspect. After all, Jared has a habit of getting out of dodge at the most problematic moments and rarely as problematic as the current one.

“This is exactly what Jared does,” said a senior adviser to Trump.