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Kushner Foreign Policy Role Grew After Kissinger Lunch (Correct)

  • Trump son-in-law met Center for National Interest in March ’16
  • Some center board members have done business in Russia
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In March 2016, as the U.S. foreign policy establishment shunned presidential candidate Donald Trump, his son-in-law Jared Kushner was invited to lunch for a think tank urging engagement with Russia.

The meeting at Manhattan’s Time Warner Center, which hasn’t been reported before, would prove significant for the Center for the National Interest and Kushner, who was still a little-known figure in the Trump campaign.