Jared Kushner, the senior adviser to President Trump, told Fox News’ “The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton” Sunday that it is “absolutely disgusting” to see politicians trying to use the coronavirus to score political points in an election year.Kushner, who is also Trump’s son in law, pointed to the recent anniversary of the attacks on 9/11 and recalled how–in the immediate aftermath– Americans didn’t “politicize that crisis.”“We came together as a country,” he said. “President Trump has continued to lead, continued to do the right thing. But it’s very sad for me to see how a lot of these politicians have tried to politicize this. But that’s what they do.”The election season is in full swing and both Trump and Joe Biden are trying to present themselves as the leader who will keep Americans safe amid the deadly pandemic. Biden’s team has tried to describe Trump as someone who failed to rise to the occasion. Democrats have claimed that Trump did not take the virus seriously enough in its early stages and has been playing catchup ever since. Biden has also appeared to struggle to make clear distinctions in how he would have approached the virus back in March.Jake Sullivan, a senior policy adviser for

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