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Kushner lawyer Abbe Lowell has told the jury that he and his client will provide documents to the jury as part of the first wave of documentary requests. It is not clear how extensive the documents provided by Kushner will be.
Lowell and his spokesman did not respond to several requests for comments on such plans.
Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler (DN.Y.) Made a comprehensive request earlier this month requesting 81 people and organizations to publish papers. The panel's investigation into possible corruption, breaches of justice and ethics within the administration.
Days after Nadler's request, Trump initially suggested that he did not want to comply with the document's request, citing what former President Obama's dealings with Congress were doing during his term of office.
"You have not given a letter. They did not do anything. They did not write a single letter of petition, "he said.
He also said it was disgraceful and said it was the start of the presidential campaign.
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Kushner was also asked to provide documentation on the Trump organization's discussions about building a Trump Tower in Moscow during the 2016 elections, publishing hacked Democratic emails from WikiLeaks, and paying women to women to pass President, contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, as well as events that have taken place within the administration, such as the dropping of the former FBI director James Comey James Brien ComeyDer Hill's Morning Report – Washington prepares Mueller for the final game Comey: I do not want Muller to demonstrate that Trump is a criminal. Trump's attacks on McCain intensify tension with GOP MORE in the Senate .
Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, is one of several members of Trump's family who were asked for documents. The Democrats have also requested documents from Trump Jr. and the other son of the president, Eric Trump . Eric Frederick TrumpHispanic Caucus Demands Trump Organization Investigation of Undocumented Workers Nadler: Half of Trump Probe Goals Probably Equals Eric Trump says his father would enjoy a "lightweight victory" over Joe Biden MORE . The Democrats did not specifically ask for documents from Kushner's wife Ivanka Trump . Ivana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpHillicon Valley: Kushner is accused of using WhatsApp for personal work email The White House rejects the request for communication with Trump-Putin Facebook has left hundreds of millions of passwords unsecured Tech pushed for extremism Cummings says Ivanka Trump did not maintain official communication. Kushner accused WhatsApp of personally emailing for official business: Report MORE despite asking for information about her. He also asks Kushner to deal with internal administrative matters, such as Trump's contact with his former incumbent Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, for example Specialized Attorneys .
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The Democrats are concerned that President Whitaker has been deployed and has been seen as a Trump loyalist in order to obstruct or stop Müller's investigation. Whitaker resigned from office earlier this year after Attorney General William Barr was confirmed.
The president's son-in-law is also being asked to provide documents that could discuss possible pardons for Manafort, former White House security adviser Michael Flynn or former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen Michael Dean CohenSwalwell to Hicks Statement: "She'll have to tell us who she lied to" in Trump's college admission scandal highlights the importance of American attorney ethics Hillicon Valley: Kushner is accused of using WhatsApp, personal email for official work The White House rejects Request for communication with Trump-Putin from Facebook has left hundreds of millions of passwords unsecured Tech pressured to eradicate extremism MORE .