President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has now become a focus in the Russia investigation, reports NBC News.
Apparently, "focus" means the FBI wants to ask Kushner questions.
After the glaring headlines, mainstream media buries deep in their stories that "focus" does not mean he is suspected of committing a crime or that they are weighing charges. The FBI believes he can "supply information," whatever that means.
Kushner has met with at least two Russians in the recent past — Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and Russian banker Sergey Gorkov.
It is not uncommon for aides of an incoming President to meet with foreign ambassadors. The meeting with Gorkov is a bit more curious but could have occurred for any number of reasons.
But the kid is in way over his head.