The Latest White House Leak Just Proved NO ONE Can Be Trusted

This latest White House leak was brought to you courtesy of an intern. That’s right. It is amazing that someone learning how to serve in government thinks that they have the authority to release a recording of what should have been a confidential briefing. Jared Kushner was the target and the information leaked contained Middle East strategy. What do you think should be done with this leaker?

As Written By Bob Frederick’s for the New York Post:

Even congressional interns can’t be trusted after one leaked a recording of a speech by Jared Kushner in which he admitted “there may be no solution” to the conflict in the Middle East.

“So, what do we offer that’s unique? I don’t know,” President Trump’s son-in-law said in the speech on Monday, which was leaked despite a stern warning from an administration staffer not to spill the beans.

“I’m sure everyone that’s tried this has been unique in some ways, but again we’re trying to follow very logically. We’re thinking about what the right end state is,” he continued in the speech, which was first reported by Wired.

“And we’re trying to work with the parties very quietly to see if there’s a solution. And there may be no solution, but it’s one of the problem sets that the president asked us to focus on. So we’re going to focus on it and try to come to the right conclusion in the near future.”

Trump has delegated a wide range of tasks to the 36-year-old Kushner, a real estate developer with no political experience, including ending the dispute between Israel and its Arab and Iranian neighbors.

Prior to the talk, Katie Patru, the deputy staff director for Member Services, Outreach ……….

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