It's well known that the senior Democrats on Capitol Hill alleged that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia. Jared Kusher calls them out and said they were "an embarrassment for our democracy."

"Talking about this nonsense further especially after two years and being wrong so many times is not productive," Kushner said while appearing on Fox News Monday.

This was a week after Attorney General Barr wrote a summary of the Mueller report. The report reached a conclusion that President Trump's campaign did not conspire with Russia to rig the 2016 election.

Kushner was asked if he felt "liberated" by the summary by Barr and the Mueller investigation coming to an end.

"I was never worried," Kushner replied while speaking with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

"The president had a great message. That's why we won."

Jared Kushner Takes on the Dems

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‘The number of times that CNN wrote things about me that I would then call and say that’s not true, they would say well we have a source.

‘It is what it is.

‘I hope that going forward and everybody will look at it and have cooler heads and focus that we’re on the same team.’

While the Mueller investigation has ended, Kushner could still be vulnerable to scrutiny from lawmakers over the issue of White House security clearances.

A White House whistleblower said on Monday that the Trump administration overruled security experts to give questionable security clearances to more than two dozen people, including Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump.

Tricia Newbold, a White House security adviser, told Democrats in Congress that clearances were initially denied to dozens of administration officials because of concerns over possible foreign influence, conflicts of interests, questionable or criminal conduct, financial problems or drug abuse.

Jared Kushner, along with the rest of the Trump administration, has been scrutinized unlike any other administration before them. If Jared Kushner or President Trump were in the wrong, they would most certainly be held accountable for it.

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