Jared Kushner uses very ‘peculiar’ words to describe Trump’s leadership style

Jared Kushner Wedged between a rock and a hard place: he’s currently trying to promote. His memoir “Breaking History” about working at Trump White House, However, I would like to avoid saying anything that might offend my father-in-law.

But despite trying to only do interviews with “friendly” media like Fox News, he keeps getting real questions, not softball, which he clearly assumed.

Kushner was particularly baffled on Wednesday when Fox News host Bill Hemmer asked his former first son-in-law if he would work for Trump if he was re-elected.

His response was a word salad of gourmet proportions.

“It was an honor to work for him. I wrote a book about how it was a different experience. I’m very proud of what I accomplished,” Kushner said. “It’s a big price to work in Washington…I don’t want people in the private sector to be afraid to go to Washington. I think that’s what the founders wanted. I wanted to leave the farm, go and serve, and go back to the farm.

As Mediaite pointed out, “Hemmer barged in to ask if it was ‘maybe’.”

Kushner didn’t answer, instead continuing without actually answering the question.

“We don’t need a career politics class that’s been doing it for 30 years,” he said. And that’s what President Trump did.He brought in a lot of people like him, and now he’s got a lot of very talented people.So now, I enjoy my life in the private sector and I enjoy spending time with my children.”

But that was Kushner’s answer to the question about whether Trump made a “mistake.” Materials classified as Mar-a-Lago It was really weird.

“Like I said, I don’t really know what was in the box,” Kushner replied. “But I think President Trump has ruled in a very peculiar way. I think he did what he thought was appropriate when he got the document.”

Many Twitter users fell in love with Kushner’s unique word choice.

Some people have taken Kushner’s phrasing and put it in a different context.

But The Daily Beast writer Justin Barragona took note of the non-verbal message Kushner was conveying.

This article originally appeared on huff post and updated.