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According to Jared Kushner, Donald Trump tried to get close to Hillary Clinton after his election

Remember when Donald Trump first ran for president and, aside from declaring Mexicans to be rapists and criminals, devoted his entire campaign to calling for Hillary Clinton to be prosecuted and sent to prison "for her emails," regularly encouraging chants of "Lock her up" from his supporters. During the second presidential debate, he even said that if he were in charge, she would be jailed. Her son-in-law, Jared Kushner, would like people to know that after he won the election, he tried to be friends with the former secretary of state but she ruined it.

The Hill reports that in his new memoir, Breaking History, which was described this week by The New York Times as nauseating and akin to "watching a cat lick a dog's eye," Kushner writes that the most divisive president in U.S. history "sincerely wanted to help the country unite" in the days after the 2016 election. As such, Trump reportedly instructed Ivanka Trump to contact Chelsea Clinton to arrange a meeting with Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to Jared Kushner, his wife's approach was intended to "make it clear that Trump had no intention of looking back and hoped to have a cordial relationship with Hillary to unite the country," recalls the former first son-in-law, "He even told Ivanka to invite Hillary and Bill to dinner in the coming weeks."

What, pray tell, would Trump have said at that dinner to make it clear he was ready to bury the hatchet when he spent the entire campaign threatening Hillary Clinton? Jared Kushner doesn't go into detail, especially since that dinner never happened. Although Jared Kushner claims that Ivanka called Chelsea, "a few days later, Hillary supported Jill Stein's appeal of the presidential election results, and Trump ended those contacts," according to his book. He then spent the next six years insisting that Hillary Clinton was a criminal, a theme that ran rampant in his second run for the White House, even though she was no longer his opponent.

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