Jared Kushner has repeatedly omitted contacts with foreign individuals from his security clearance applications, which his lawyers initially attributed to staff members accidentally submitting the form too early - Healthy People Lifestyle Journal

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Saturday, 15 July 2017

Jared Kushner has repeatedly omitted contacts with foreign individuals from his security clearance applications, which his lawyers initially attributed to staff members accidentally submitting the form too early

Jared Kushner has repeatedly omitted contacts with foreign individuals from his security clearance applications, which his lawyers initially attributed to staff members accidentally submitting the form too early, reports CBS News. 

But drawing on a tweet from Lawfare Managing Editor Susan Hennessey, Vox writes that the SF-86 document that Kushner submitted requires 28 affirmative steps to complete the form, casting some doubt on the claims of accidental submission. In his initial security clearance application, Kushner included no contact with foreign officials. In his revision, he included over 100 such meetings. He then submitted another revision to include the meeting with Veselnitskaya and Akhmetshin in June.

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