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Trump’s son-in-law publishes book describing White House ‘toxic’ environment

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Kushner, who was also a Trump adviser, makes the announcement in his book Disrupting History: A White House Memoir, which will be published next month and from which the US media began publishing excerpts today.

According to CNN, Kushner describes in the book the scene in which the first Trump administration chief, Reince Priebus, asked him to call a New York Times journalist to try to stop the article from being published.

In this article, the newspaper reported that Priebus and Bannon were kicked out of Air Force One, the president’s official aircraft, because Trump was unhappy with their behavior.

“Why do you want to come with me to Florida today? I don’t need you. Stay here,” Trump told Priebus and Bannon, according to Kushner.

Immediately afterward, the President referred to the implications of then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to drop the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, saying such an investigation would be “disastrous” for the United States. Government.

And when Kushner called a New York Times reporter and asked that the story not be published, Bannon took out his anger on the president’s son-in-law.

“How dare you filter information about me? If you filter out anything about me, I’ll start posting information about you over the next 28 days starting Sunday,” Bannon threatened.

Kushner writes in his book that Bannon, fired by Trump in August 2017, gave him more trouble than anyone else while he was a White House consultant, admitting he lied about himself.

In another excerpt from the book, published by The Washington Post, Kushner writes of being Trump’s second chief of staff, John Kelly, whom he describes as a kind of “Jekyll and Hyde” (referring to a well-known literary character with a split personality) and whom he accuses of pushing his wife, Ivanka Trump, the former president’s daughter, after an argument in the Oval Office.

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“One day (Kelly) walked out of a tense meeting in the Oval Office. Ivanka was walking down the main corridor of the west wing when she passed him. Unaware of his state of mind, I said, “Hello, boss!” Kelly pushed her away. It didn’t hurt her, and she preferred not to make a fling out of it. But Kelly showed her true character, ”wrote Ivanka’s husband.

Kushner says Kelly went to Ivanka Trump’s office an hour later to apologize, which she accepted.

In an “email” sent to The Washington Post, Kelly says he does not remember any of what was described by Trump’s son-in-law.

“It is inconceivable that I pushed a woman. Unimaginable. It never happened. I wouldn’t do this on purpose. I also don’t remember apologizing for something I didn’t do.”

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After the discovery of the wreckage, two bodies were found in the melting ice of the Swiss Alps. Snowless winters and hot July temperatures are slowly revealing the secrets hidden in the Alps.

Two French climbers discovered the bodies on Wednesday while climbing the Chesgen glacier in Valais.

The bones were brought by helicopter for examination. Police say the DNA identification process “may take several days.”

The discovery happened next to a trail that hadn’t been used in over a decade, said Dario Andenmatten, director of the mountain hut in Britain, where many climbers start their ascents in the region.

French climbers were guided by an old map, which led to the discovery. One of the climbers claims that one of the bodies found was wearing “clothing from the 80s.” According to the report, the body was mummified and slightly damaged, “but nearly intact.”

Investigators estimate the death occurred “around the 1970s or 1980s.”

A week ago, a body was found next to the Stockey glacier, near the resort of Zermatt, on Monte Cervino, the most famous mountain in the Alps.

Police in the Alps maintain a list of some 300 people who have gone missing since 1925, one of which is billionaire supermarket chain owner Karl-Erivan Haub who disappeared in 2018.

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During the July heat wave, the height at which the water froze was a record 5184 meters compared to the normal summer level of 3000 to 3500 meters.

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