Former President Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser Jared Kushner has engaged in a “knock-down, drag-out shouting match” with Trump over the 2020 presidential election and Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud, a new book says. claims
In “The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House,” New York Times best-selling author Chris Whipple describes how Kushner battled Trump after the election. He did not believe his father-in-law’s claims about stolen elections, and he moved to Washington, DC to work on the Abraham Accords. , a landmark peace deal negotiated by the Trump administration.
“With all due respect, I’m not going to like what you’re doing, and you’re going to be yelling at me,” Kushner told the president, according to Whipple.
Whipple’s book notes that Kushner and his wife, Trump’s daughter Ivanka, believed the former president would eventually accept the election results. He thought the lawyers who advised Trump’s campaign, Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, were “clowns” and called them a “crazy show.”
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“Look, when you get out of here, a lot of people are going to scatter,” Kushner reportedly yelled at Trump during one of their heated arguments. “I’m with you until you hit the dirt – so you might want to listen to what I have to say!”
He told Trump that Giuliani and Powell were taking him on a “funky ride.”
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“The Fight of His Life” released on Tuesday. With access to key players in the Biden administration, including Chief of Staff Ron Klein, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, and CIA Director William Burns, Whipple offers a behind-the-scenes look at how the Biden White House operates, often surprising. with disclosure.
The book details Biden’s feud with Vice President Kamala Harris, whom he reportedly called a “work in progress,” as well as his distrust of some Secret Service agents, many of whom he described as “Southern White ex-cops believe that to be deeply conservative,” according to Whipple.
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It also paints a complicated picture of Trump, who reportedly wrote a “surprisingly kind” letter to Biden before leaving the White House. Kushner said that Whipple Trump had spent three days preparing it, while publicly claiming that the election was stolen.
“It just shows that he has so many different layers,” Kushner said.