In a sign of more Trumpworld infighting, Peter Navarro called Jared Kushner 'the Rasputin son-in-law' and one of the 'worst' Trump staffers

Peter Navarro has gone after Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner once again. Navarro dubbed Kushner the "Rasputin son-in-law," while calling him one of the "worst" Trump

aides. In August, Navarro accused Kushner of faking cancer to sell copies of his memoir. In a growing schism in Trumpworld, former Trump adviser Peter Navarro went after the

former president's son-in-law Jared Kushner this week.  Speaking on the podcast "The Stew Peters Show" on Tuesday, Navarro singled out Kushner as being one of the "worst"

aides to then-President Donald Trump. "If Steve Mnuchin, the treasury secretary, and Jared Kushner, the Rasputin son-in-law, had never, ever darkened the door of the White

House, I believe that Trump would still be in the Oval Office," Navarro said. Navarro called Kushner and Mnuchin "bad personnel" who "not only created bad policy," but also

created "bad politics." Representatives for Kushner did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider. Navarro's comments were not the first time that

Kushner had been likened to Grigori Rasputin, an influential Russian political figure who held significant influence over the country's last czar, Nicholas II, and his family. In

September 2021, Stephanie Grisham, a former Trump press secretary, dubbed Kushner "Rasputin in a slim-fitting suit" in her book "I'll Take Your Questions Now." Navarro had

also attacked Kushner in August, claiming without evidence that the former president's son-in-law had faked a cancer diagnosis to sell his memoir. According to Kushner's book,

titled "Breaking History: A White House Memoir," he had been treated for thyroid cancer while working in the Trump administration.