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Jared Kushner was caught on camera giving a shocked look to his companion after Donald Trump’s surprise UN press conference. 

The president’s son-in-law appears to have been reacting to the incredible 90-minute conference, in which Trump frequently discussed sexual assault claims against both himself and Brett Kavanaugh. 

As Trump exited the stage, Kushner turned to someone behind him and widened his eyes in what appeared to be shock or disbelief as he mumbled something under his breath.

Kushner then quickly regained his composure and turned back to follow the president out of the press conference. 

But before he exited the room, Kushner seemed to shoot one more look of shock to his companion at what had just unfolded in the last 90 minutes.

Among Trump’s most eyebrow-raising claims was his belief that the sexual assault accusations against his Supreme Court nominee were a Democratic con game.

The bulk of Trump’s speech on Wednesday focused on his embattled Supreme Court nominee, and he concluded by saying he believed Kavanaugh had been found guilty before being ‘proven innocent’. 

‘This is beyond the Supreme Court. This is everything to do with our country,’ he said. ‘When you are guilty until proven innocent, it’s just not supposed to be that way.’  

‘Always I heard, you’re innocent until you’re proven guilty. I have heard this for so long.’

Jared Kushner was caught on camera giving a shocked look to his companion after Donald Trump’s UN press conference

And before he exited the room, Kushner seemed to shoot one more look of shock to his companion at what had just unfolded in the last 90 minutes

And before he exited the room, Kushner seemed to shoot one more look of shock to his companion at what had just unfolded in the last 90 minutes

‘It’s such a beautiful phrase in this case, you’re guilty until proven innocent. I think that’s a very, very dangerous standard for the country.’ 

Trump then said he was looking forward to what Christine Blasey Ford, the first woman to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual assault, was going to say on Thursday during her Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.  

‘I also look very forward to what Judge Kavanaugh has to say,’ Trump added. ‘I think it’s going to be a very, very important day in the history of our country.’

The president then ignored one journalist’s pleas to answer a question about what the case means to young men and young people. 

The president's son-in-law appears to have been reacting to the incredible 90-minute conference, in which Trump bounced around a variety of topics about sexual assault 

The president’s son-in-law appears to have been reacting to the incredible 90-minute conference, in which Trump bounced around a variety of topics about sexual assault 

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