Kushner Has Been Dodging A DNC Lawsuit Service Notice For Months

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 11:  White House senior advisor Jared kushner participates in U.S. President Donald Trump prison reform roundtable in the Roosevelt Room at the White House, on January 11, 2018 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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The Democratic National Committee has been trying and failing for months to force documents into White House adviser Jared Kushner’s hands to let him know that he is being served with a lawsuit, according to a Tuesday Bloomberg report.

The DNC sued Kushner back in April for alleged collusion with the Russians to alter the 2016 election. Since then, they have come up against a ridiculous multitude of obstacles in trying to officially deliver the notice to him.

After being rejected from his Manhattan apartment three times and from his Washington residence by the Secret Service, they finally tried to just send the documents in the mail. No dice. No one would sign for them and they got returned.

The committee reportedly asked a judge Tuesday for permission to simply mail the summons and complaint to Kushner in ordinary first class, so the package does not require a signature.

Per Bloomberg, the DNC sued Kushner alongside Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks for interference in the 2016 election.

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