Security adviser of US concerned about son-in-law Trump
The American national security adviser H. R. McMaster is not worried about reports that Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and advisor to Donald Trump, has tried a secret line of communication with the Russians to open even before the president moved into the building took place in the White House.
That reported, among others, The Washington Post.
According to McMaster, is that so-called ‘back-door consultations” normal. “That we have with many individual countries. In general, states that back-door consultation you in a discreet way to communicate. So we are not worried about.”
Last week it was announced that McMasters pastor Mike Flynn on behalf of Trumps transition team a proposal about such a back-door channel to discuss with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kisljak. Kushner would have been present.