Jamie Gorelick said Friday she is no longer representing Jared Kushner on Russia-related inquiries. Instead, she said she is “completing the work” the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser originally hired her to do before President Donald Trump took office: handling Kushner’s ethics compliance, security clearance and other federal disclosures.
Abbe Lowell, whom Kushner added to his white-collar team on June 26, is now Kushner’s primary defender in the multiple investigations into the Trump team’s interactions with Russian officials.
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