The Castro twins may be using Ukrainegate to push on evidence that the Saudi Crown Prince ordered the execution of Jamal Khashoggi. Trump’s recorded conversatons may be opening a frightening new frontier.

Joaquin, the member of Congress, has used Ukrainegate’s revelation that Trump’s phone calls with foreign leaders are recorded to ask whether Trump may have implicated Kushner during conversation with the prince who ordered Kashoggi’s murder.

Congressman Joaquin Castro has noted “reporting that Jared Kushner may have, with U.S. intelligence, delivered a hit list, an enemies list, to the crown prince, in Saudi Arabia and that the prince may have acted on that, and one of the people he took action against is Mr. Khashoggi,”


The Trump son in law sat in alongside a member of the Saudi delegation during a meeting between President Donald Trump and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman in the Oval Office at the White House on March 20.

 Jared Kushner is Trump’s son-in-law.  Kushner has also has been described variously as Trump’s conscience and as his consiglieri.  He is also, supposedly a BBF with the Saudi Prince.  Published reports say that the prince and the son-in-law have been using a confidential app , Whatass, to avoid their discussion becoming public. The way Trump disclosed Gulianni’s dubious role in Ukraine leads to obvious questions of whether Kushner was also outed when Trump Talked with the  Saudis. 
In a statement to Newsweek, Castro clarified that he did not intend to insinuate Jared Kushner was sending hit lists to Mohammad bin Salman, but he did think there may have been some leakage of American information that led to the Kashoggi murder.  This is now a “Ukrainegate” issue because of rumors that Trump’s phone calls with Muhamud ben Salmon were recorded.

“To be clear, I did not intend to accuse Jared Kushner of orchestrating the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. But based on several press reports, the close relationship between Kushner and Mohammad bin Salman is a source of concern for the U.S. intelligence community and those of us who want a transparent American foreign policy,” said Castro.

“This is especially problematic given the President and his family’s business enterprises and the possibility that they profit from these foreign entities. For these reasons, Congress should open an investigation to see whether Jared or any other Administration official shared any U.S. intelligence with the Saudis that led to any political persecution, including the killing of Jamal Khashoggi,” he continued.

The calls may be relevant to the impeachment because Trump has negotiated arms deals with the Prince while insisting that the Saudi king gave a “very strong” denial of the incident and suggested instead that there might have been “rogue killers”  “It’s very sad,” he said and added that if Saudi Arabia was involved in the killing, punishments would “have to be severe, I mean it’s bad, bad stuff. We’ll see what happens. OK?”

Now, the rumors are that Trump’s acquiescence to the murder may have been a payment for Saudi purchases mediated by Kushner.