Former President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has been making the rounds promoting his book, “Breaking History: A White House Memoir” which came out last week.
Last Tuesday, Kushner appeared on “The Megyn Kelly Show” where he blasted the media’s willingness to publish “bullsh*t” about Trump during his time in office.
He cited the entire Russian Collusion hoax and how the media would unquestioningly believe every anonymous leak, publishing stories that ultimately turned out to be false.
Kushner also talked about how the media would repeat every claim made by people who turned on Trump to make a buck, citing Trump’s estranged niece Mary and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.
Both Mary Trump and Michael Cohen have suggested the informant the FBI used to get a warrant on Mar-a-Lago was Kushner, a claim Kushner flatly denied to Megyn Kelly. He also blasted the corporate news media for reporting on these “outlandish” claims.
After attacking Mary Trump and Cohen, Kushner turned his sights on former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, telling Kelly that Christie would make things up “to get relevance for his books so he could sell more than 300 copies.”
Maybe that isn’t the best line of attack to make when you’re on a promotional tour to goose sales of your own book.