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White House accuses Mexico of taking advantage of Jared Kushner Trump's son-in-law

Our country is one of the four foreign governments that has privately discussed how to manipulate Jared Kushner, son-in-law and advisor to President Donald Trump, to take advantage of some kind of advantage, according to The Washington Post. Without providing evidence of the intentions of the Mexican government, the US newspaper said that the interactions with Mexico, and three other countries, are part of the reasons why he has not been granted high security pass credentials to Kushner, the Reforma newspaper quoted him as saying. "Officials from at least four countries have privately discussed the ways in which they can manipulate Jared Kushner, the President's son-in-law and senior advisor, by taking advantage of their complex financial arrangements, financial difficulties and lack of experience in foreign policy, according to officials and former officials. who know about intelligence reports on the subject, "the newspaper said.

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