Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to father-in-law, President Donald Trump, said Monday that US intelligence still "made its judgments" regarding the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but that Government focused "in the Middle East now on the wider region".
"I think our intelligence agencies are making their judgments, and we hope justice will be brought to where it should be," Kushner said during an interview with Sean Hannity in Fox News. "We are now focusing on the broader A region that will hopefully find a way to bring together a deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians. "
Following the Assassination of Washington Columnist Khashoggi in October at the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul Team of Saudi Arabian activists Kushner was scrutinized for his close relationship with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who was widely regarded as in 19459024. 19659004] Kushner's remarks on Monday followed a review The New York Times over the weekend, according to which he has continued since the death of Khashoggi with the Crown Prince "i Kushner told Hannity that the government hoped that his Israeli-Palestinian peace plan would be released.
"In the next few months," he warned, "not every side will love the proposed agreement."
"There are enough and enough reasons why people should take it and move on," said Kushner. "And this plan will protect the Israeli people and give them a good future, but it also provides a real opportunity and hope for the Palestinian people to lead a much better life."