Was the Chief Counsel of the United States President, Jared Kushner extorted with 52 Bitcoins? In any case, he personally told the US Congress that someone was trying to blackmail him for 52 bitcoins just before the presidential election last year.

Senior White House Consultant, Jared Kushner, made a statement on Monday before a meeting with the members of the US Senate who investigated alleged contacts to Russia during the 2016 presidential election.

Kushner, who is married to Trumps’ daughter, Ivanka, denied the accusations. But a statement also came to interest: At the end of October, he allegedly contained a mail “Guccifer400”, which calls for 52 bitcoins, as otherwise information on tax declarations Trumps will be published. Kushner finally ignored the mail on the advice of the Secret Service, whereupon the sender never contacted him again.

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