Kushner failed to mention meetings with Russians in FBI disclosure form News comes as federal investigators probe contacts between Trump campaign and Moscow
Jared Kushner and Sergey Kislyak (Credit: Getty Images)
Jared Kushner failed to disclose meetings with Russia’s ambassador and the head of a Russian state-owned bank when he sought security clearance for his White House job.
Kushner’s lawyer Jamie Gorelick told the New York Times the omission was an error. National security officials who fail to disclose contacts with foreign government officials in an F.B.I. questionnaire can lose their security clearance, but they are often allowed to submit supplemental information.