“It’s both normal, in my opinion, and acceptable,” Kelly said on ABC News’s “This Week.” “Any way that you can communicate with people, particularly organizations that are maybe not particularly friendly to us is a good thing.”
The homeland security secretary and the national security adviser have spoken! It is so.
He added, “It makes no sense that the Russian ambassador would report back to Moscow on a channel that he most likely knows we're monitoring. The whole storyline is suspicious.”
Because obviously if Kushner and Kislyak are communicating, it must be on an open channel and we must have gotten the intel on something Kislyak know's we're monitoring it's literally the only possible explanation.
You know how 2008 we had a recession that wasn't a depression and a recovery that wasn't a recovery? I think in 2017 we have an impeachment that isn't an impeachment and a recovery that isn't a recovery. Merckel's "you do you" speech is pretty much spot on.