Ryan E.
August 13, 2023

Comer: Jared Kushner 'Crossed The Line Of Ethics'

Just because Jared Kushner is former President Donald Trump's son-in-law doesn't mean that House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) is willing to give him an undeserved pass.

Comer is asserting that Kushner "crossed the line of ethics."

Comer was referring to the fact that Kushner accepted $2,000,000,000 (not a typo) from the Saudi Arabian government just six months after leaving the White House.

This situation is important to keep an eye on, because two billion dollars might be enough to corrupt anyone, regardless of what side of the political aisle on which they sit.

Comer made his statements on the matter while appearing on an episode of The Lead with Jake Tapper on CNN.

Kushner's Saudi Arabian money was brought up after Tapper asked Comer to respond to recent comments from Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie, who said that "the Trump family has been involved in grifting for quite some time."

Comer admitted that Kushner definitely wasn't correct in what he did, saying that he had "crossed the line."

The Republican lawmaker still thinks that it is important to differentiate between the severity of what Trump's family did and what has been going on behind the scenes in the Biden clan.

"I’ve been vocal that I think that what Kushner did crossed the line of ethics," Comer said. He went on:

What Christie said — it happened after he left office. Still no excuse, Jake, but it happened after he left office. And Jared Kushner actually has a legitimate business. This money to the Bidens happened while Joe Biden was vice president while he was flying to those countries.

What do you think? Was this a fair criticism of his own party by James Comer? Or should Comer leave the Trump family alone and focus on America's TRUE criminal family, the Biden clan.

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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