Republican strategist Ana Navarro hit President TrumpDonald John TrumpMexican presidential candidate vows to fire back at Trump's 'offensive' tweets Elizabeth Warren urges grads to fight for 'what is decent' in current political climate Jim Carrey takes aim at Kent State grad who posed with AR-10 MORE's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, on Thursday after The Wall Street Journal reported that he complained about unfair coverage of Trump on CNN.

Kushner reportedly met with Gary Ginsberg, an executive of CNN's parent company, Time Warner, and chided what he views as unfair coverage of the Trump administration by the network. He reportedly mentioned commentators Navarro and Van Jones specifically.

Navarro fired back after the report, calling Kushner a "baby."

"Really, Little Jared complaining about me cuz I get under President Daddy-in-Law's skin? Oh, baby boy, I'm so sorry. Little boy Kushner, tough guy who's supposed to achieve Middle East peace, is complaining about me to CNN. Boo-hoo!" Navarro said in a series of tweets. 

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Navarro, a CNN commentator, was an outspoken critic of Trump during the presidential campaign. The 2016 election, she said, was the first time in her life that she's cast a vote against the Republican nominee for president.

"I voted against Donald Trump because I am Hispanic," Navarro wrote in a CNN.com opinion piece on Monday announcing her decision.