Whatever else you can say about him, I think we all can agree he is not a policy expert.
I mean, if you were on here defending Kissinger or Rumsfeld and Cheney and wanted to play the expert card, well maybe. (I'd still disagree it was a trump card that ought to immunize them from criticism. But at least there'd be some force behind it.)
But if you're defending this administration, I'd say that in itself contradicts the idea that expertise is required to lead the country, or foreign policy.
(1) It's not like he had ANY foriegn policy experience three years ago. None.
(2) I think it's funny that you're so comfortable relying on the "help" and "expertise" Kushner is getting, in light of this adminstrations (a) utter inability to identify "expertise" and (b) the long, at this point, track record of ignoring that expertise.
In a normal world and administration, you'd be right. This isn't that world.
think they would be an expert in foreign policy and also think that these guys are not consulted by experts. it's truly funny