US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser, Jared Kushner, has reportedly been in close contact with the newly appointed national security adviser, John Bolton, for advice over the past year, a report says.
Kushner has called the controversial diplomat several times for advice and insight about the United Nations, and about other issues, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
Kushner also reportedly spoke with Bolton about important policy matters before appearing on different TV shows. Bolton has worked as a commentator for Fox News.
Last week, President Donald Trump announced Gen. H.R. McMaster’s replacement, making Bolton — a former US ambassador to the United Nations — his third national security adviser, part of a shake-up that creates one of the most hawkish national security teams of any White House in recent history.
Democrats and others have expressed concerns about Bolton’s pro-war views,…