Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie made several photos at the White House Senior adviser Jared Kouchner in his new book Let Me Finish, claiming that Donald Trump's son-in-law co-ordinates his move from the president's transition team shortly after the 2016 election
to claim that Kouchner is still "boiling" by events that occurred more than a decade ago – when Cree your lawyer as the US pursues Kushner's father, Charles, tax evasion, witness tampering and illegal campaign contributions, sending old Kushner in jail 14 months.
The former governor said nothing while discussing the case on Tuesday: "Mr. Kouchner pleaded guilty, he confessed the crimes, so what should I do as a prosecutor?" If someone hires a prostitute to seduce his brother in law and shoot it and then send the videotape to his sister in an attempt to intimidate her from testimony before a big jury, do I really need more justification than that? "This is one of the most disgusting, disgusting crimes I've been pursuing when I was a US lawyer," Christie said during a Segment of Margaret Hoover line. "And I was an American lawyer in New Jersey, Margaret – we had some abominable and abominable crime there! "
Charles Kouchner, a wealthy and well-connected real estate developer, found himself guilty in 2004 of 16 charges of filing false tax returns, revenge against witnesses and illegal campaigns, sentenced to 24 months imprisonment and serving 14
Christie at that time wrote in a press release that the recognition of guilt for Kouchner was "a great victory for the people of New Jersey."
"No matter how rich and who may be rude, they will be held responsible for criminal behavior by this office, "he writes.
Cristi now writes that Jared Kouchner responded after the elections in 2016, with Stephen K. Banon, then CEO of Trump's campaign, fired him. The White House and spokesman Jared Kouchner did not respond immediately to a request for comment. "Jared Kouchner, still apparently bursting with events that happened a decade ago, required a plot of revenge against me, a hit job that made no sense to the man we just helped to choose," Christie writes. Let me finish. "And Steve Bannon, the big balls campaigner, was quietly agreeing with him. He continued, "What weak, how cowardly and how unfair to Donald Trump." ] Josh Dawsey contributed to this report