Kushner wanted to establish secret hotline between Washington DC and Moscow:Reports
May 27, Washington DC: Trump's son-in-law attempted to set up secret communications with Moscow a month after Mr Trump's election, according to the Washington Post.
The US Daily, has accused Kushner of trying to establish a sectre line of communication between Moscow and Washintong using Russian facilities to avoid US interception of discussions with Moscow.
Kushner, a senior White House aide, has not commented on the accusatins made but is however being investigated by the FBI as part of its inquiry into Russian interference favouring Mr Trump's win.
The most recent reports , have cited unnamed US officials as sources, saying, Kushner had spoken with Moscow's Ambassador to the US, Sergei Kislyak, about setting up a back channel using Russian diplomatic facilities in America, in a meeting that was held in early December at Trump Tower in New York .
Reports in the US say investigators believe he has relevant information, but he is not necessarily suspected of a crime.
The Oslo Times International News Network