"When you work for your father-in-law, you can't disappoint," Kushner said.
"The Palestinian leadership has been attacking a plan" when they "don't even know what it is," said senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.
A White House attorney said "you can't answer that" to a former official being asked about security clearances for Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner during a closed-door meeting with members of Congress.
Over the years, Donald Trump and his immediate and extended family have donated to a half-dozen 2020 Democrats.
"It may be we just want to go with fines. But it's either fines and/or prison," the Oversight Committee chairman said.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said that while President Trump did nothing wrong in regards to 2016 election interference, he still believes the Russian meddling "is a big deal" worthy of increased sanctions.
"I am gravely concerned that this administration continues to not take this seriously," the Democratic senator and 2020 contender said. "And those statements are highly inappropriate."
"We've studied the past efforts and how they failed and why they failed," Kushner said of the two-state solution for Israel and Palestine.
"I think the investigations and all the speculation that's happened for the last two years has had a much harsher impact on our democracy than a couple of Facebook ads," White House adviser Jared Kushner said.
"I have no recollection of learning at the time that Donald Trump, Jr., Paul Manafort, or Jared Kushner was considering participating in a meeting in June 2016," Trump wrote.
"It requires everybody approaching the plan with an open mind," Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser reportedly said.
European leaders say the the EU must continue to support a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine regardless of what the Trump administration's Middle East peace plan looks like.
"He really knows how to drive people, and I think she's the same way," Kushner said.
The conservative pundit continued her criticism of the Trump White House.
"Don't worry, Senator [John] McCain," Kushner reportedly said. "We're going to change the way the entire government works."
"Would this be acceptable behavior from people who are not related to the president?" a spokesman for the watchdog said.
"The Hill to Die On," by Politico journalists Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, paints Jared Kushner as naive and arrogant.
"Every day that we go on without getting to the bottom of this matter is a day that we are putting hundreds, if not potentially thousands, of Americans at risk," the progressive Democrat from New York warned.
"I can say is that over the last two years that I've been here, I've been accused of all different types of things," Kushner said. "All of those things have turned out to be false. We've had a lot of crazy accusations, like that we colluded with Russia. I complied with all the different investigations, whether it be the Senate, the House or the Special Counsel."
The security clearances had originally been denied for reasons that included drug use and criminal conduct, foreign influence and conflicts of interest, but the administration still granted them, a White House official said.
In his first comment since Attorney General William Barr released his summary of Mueller's report on Sunday, Jared Kushner defended his previous statements and urged Congress to "move on."
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff continues to claim there is evidence that Trump campaign members conspired with the Russian government, despite the Mueller report's conclusion that there was no collusion.
"What's he trying to keep secret?" asked Democratic Representative David Cicilline of Rhode Island.
Jared Kushner's alleged use of WhatsApp for official communication with foreign leaders was dangerous, cybersecurity expert Clint Watts said.