Jared Kushner Finally Breaks His Silence After The FBI Raid

After the FBI raided Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago property, many people started giving his son-in-law the side eye. Was Jared Kushner the rat who sold out the former president and facilitated the search no one saw coming? At least one high-profile source was leaning this way, with the GOP leader's niece Mary Trump saying, "We need to look at the potential pool of people which would be very, very small that would benefit from — potentially benefit from — the documents that Donald allegedly stole. You have to look seriously at Jared Kushner in that instance" (via Salon).

Chatter that the "Breaking History" author, whose new tome was brutally slayed by The New York Times, was the FBI informant only grew with the husband of Ivanka Trump remaining mum on the raid — until now. The former advisor to the controversial conservative talked with Mark Levin about the headline-busting Florida raid and made his stance clear that he stands categorically opposed to the FBI's actions earlier this month.

In fact, the dad of three insisted in part that the former POTUS "drives his enemies so crazy, they always over-pursue him and make mistakes in trying to get him, and that's basically what happened here" (via Insider).

Jared Kushner says Donald Trump will be just fine following the FBI raid

Jared Kushner seemed to address the idea that he was being looked at as a possible mole within the Trump family while speaking to Mark Levin on his Fox show, "Life, Liberty & Levin." "But what's happening now, it's the same thing, being done by the same people in the same way, they're leaking to the same sources, they're manufacturing fabulous claims that get debunked shortly thereafter" (via Insider).

The 41-year-old also noted that Donald Trump will fare just fine following the investigation, calling his father-in-law a "fighter" (via Fox News). It seems the proof is in the polling, with Newsweek reporting that following the raid, 57% of Republicans view the would-be 2024 candidate for the top job in the nation "very favorably." Meanwhile, before the raid, just 45% of Republicans viewed the frontrunner this way.

As for Kushner, it seems suspicions will need to be cast elsewhere in determining if in fact someone sold out Trump to the FBI. For now, the new author is enjoying the status of having the top-selling book on Amazon, according to his latest tweet.