Kushner updated disclosure to add more than 100 foreign contacts: report

White House adviser Jared Kushner reportedly updated his federal disclosure form several times to include more than 100 names on a list of foreign contacts.

Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law, updated the list of foreign contacts on his disclosure form — which he needed to submit to get security clearance — three times, The New York Times reported.

He added more than 100 names to it, people close to Kushner told The Times.

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Some have raised questions recently about Kushner's security clearance after new details emerged about a meeting he attended last year with Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump cheers on Senate GOP ahead of 'skinny' ObamaCare repeal vote Live Coverage: Senate edges close to passing scaled-down ObamaCare repeal Pete King defends ‘unorthodox’ Scaramucci after attacks on Priebus MORE Jr. and a Russian lawyer.

Trump Jr. earlier this week released emails detailing his conversations setting up the meeting with a Russian lawyer he was told had compromising information on Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonSessions says he doesn't regret recusing himself from Russia probe Judiciary Committee Republicans want a second special counsel: report Fusion GPS: White House trying to smear us on Russia MORE.

Sen. Chris MurphyChris MurphySenate heading for late night ahead of ObamaCare repeal showdown Senate releases 'skinny' ObamaCare repeal bill Dems don’t want to help GOP improve repeal bill MORE (D-Conn.) on Wednesday said in a "normal political world," Kushner would no longer have his job.

"If this were a normal political world, Jared Kushner wouldn't have a job by the end of today," he said during a Wednesday interview, "and at the very least, he should absolutely have his security clearance revoked."

Rep. Adam SchiffAdam SchiffHouse Intelligence Republican: Claims Gowdy acted as second lawyer for Kushner 'horses---t' Top Intel Dem fundraises off Trump's Twitter attack House Intel lawmakers question Kushner for three hours as part of Russia probe MORE (D-Calif.) on Wednesday called for Kushner and Paul Manafort, Trump's then-campaign chairman who also attended the meeting, to testify before Congress regarding the meeting with a Russian lawyer.