Russian Ambassador, Jared Kushner, Michael Flynn all snuck in via Trump Tower’s back door

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New details are emerging about the meeting which took place inside Trump Tower in New York between Donald Trump’s son in law Jared Kushner, Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. It was revealed earlier in the week that the meeting took place in December, meaning they violated the Logan Act if they discussed Russian sanctions. But now it’s coming to light just how far the Trump team went to hide the meeting from the public.

Since the election, it’s become fairly commonplace to see celebrities and public figures enter Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue through the front door. The media and tourists can catch a glimpse of them, but they’re generally blocked off from direct interaction. So par for the course would have been for Flynn, Kushner and Kislyak to simply enter through the front door if they had nothing to hide. But instead the Trump campaign made an effort to sneak all three in through the back door to avoid detection.

This further raises questions as to motive. Donald Trump and numerous campaign advisers have spent months insisting that they never met with any Russian government representatives at all. Flynn was forced to resign after wiretaps revealed he was lying. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is in hot water this week after it was revealed he met with the Russian Ambassador multiple times and then lied about it under oath. Two other Trump campaign advisers, Carter Page and J.D. Gordon, now also admit they met with the Ambassador after Carter had previously lied about it.

And now we know that the Russian-compromised Michael Flynn and Donald Trump’s own son in law not only met with the Russian Ambassador in the building where Trump lives, as reported by the NY Times, they also made sure the media and the public couldn’t see them entering the building, as reported by the Daily Mail. This meeting would almost certainly have taken place either in Donald Trump’s apartment or in the Trump campaign headquarters on the next floor. It’s also difficult to imagine Kushner doing anything of the sort without Trump himself knowing about it. Help us investigate Trump-Russia!

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