“Federal prosecutors investigating former President Donald Trump’s attempts to void the 2020 election have interviewed multiple witnesses in recent weeks — including Mr. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner — about whether Mr. Trump admitted privately in the days following the 2020 election he had lost,” New York Times reports.
“The series of questions suggests that prosecutors are trying to establish whether Mr. Trump was acting with corrupt intent as he sought to stay in power — essentially that his efforts were knowingly based on a lie — evidence that could significantly bolster any case they might decide to bring against him.
“Mr. Kushner testified before a grand jury in the federal courthouse in Washington last month, where he allegedly argued that he was under the impression that Mr. Trump truly believed the election was stolen.
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