"You can't not be a racist for 69 years then run for president and be a racist".
"It was an excellent briefing that was very well received by the conference", Carr said in a statement according to WaPo, adding that he believed the secretary "provided a hopeful assessment over the prospect of a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians". During the back and forth, Kushner revealed, among a plethora of other things, that he's given the Saudi government a pass for the murder of a Washington Post journalist and that he might not call the Federal Bureau of Investigation if Russian Federation requested another meeting. Trump has always been friendly with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Pompeo addressed perceptions that the administration has a pro-Israel bias in the recording.
Matt Duss, a foreign policy adviser for US Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, argued that Kushner's comments unwittingly revealed that he views Palestinians through a prejudicial lens.
"I get why people think this is going to be a deal that only the Israelis could love", he said. Responding to a participant's question about efforts to bring Palestinians on board, Pompeo said that "everyone will find something to hate about the proposal" but that they would also "find something... to build upon".
"I know you weren't", Swan said before repeating the question: "Was it racist?". That's one that we'll have to see. "One thing about the way I've conducted myself is not a lot of people know who I've been talking to or what I've been talking about". "Could be in the end, folks will say, 'It's not particularly original, it doesn't particularly work for me, ' that is, 'it's got two good things and nine bad things, I'm out, '" Pompeo said. "When Mike says that, I understand when he says that, because most people think it can't be done".
Another thing he wouldn't really talk about: his relationship with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, who reportedly ordered the assassination of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi past year.
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The interview shocked the most liberal corners of the internet, with many questioning how and why the White House had allowed Kushner to speak, both in general and to a reporter. He declined to say whether he's spoken with the crown prince about Khashoggi's death and would not concede that he or the Saudi government was responsible.
"It's hard to do hypotheticals, but the reality is is that we were not given anything that was salacious", he said.
But he said: "I do think they should have self-determination". We are working on an investigation to get to the bottom of what happened.
But Kushner refused to discuss the so-called birther conspiracy - championed by Trump - that former President Barack Obama wasn't born in the United States.
Kushner ruled out ever running for office himself and said that his father-in-law is "absolutely not" a racist.