U.S. President, Donald Trump, wants his daughter, Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, to leave the White House, local media reported on Friday. Others said fear of the Russian Federation probe has made some officials wary of interacting with Kushner on sensitive matters.
As for talk of a White House in upheaval, Sanders pointed out the tax cuts passed late past year: "If they want to call it chaos, fine, but we call it success and productivity and we're going to keep plugging along". "They invite criticism", Cohen said on CNN, adding that he supported the House's impeachment resolution because he thinks Trump is violating the Emoluments Clause.
The Times report quoted an ethics expert who called the loans into question, saying Kushner risked violating federal ethics regulations that bar government employees from participating in some official matters that involve companies with which the official is seeking "a business, contractual or other financial relationship that involves other than a routine consumer transaction". "Sad story. We have grifters in the White House today".
The FBI said it completed an investigation into Porter's background in the summer of 2017 as part of the security-clearance approval process and had sent those findings to the White House.
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One of Trump's most loyal and longest-serving aides, Hicks often served as human buffer between the unpredictable president and the business of government.
Mr Trump is isolated and angry, as well, according to other friends and aides, as he carries on a bitter feud with his attorney general and watches members of his family clash with a chief of staff he recruited to restore a semblance of order - all against the darkening shadow of an investigation of his ties to Russian Federation. In private conversations, Trump lashes out regularly at Attorney General Jeff Sessions with a vitriol that stuns members of his staff. He also told the couple they should stay, unnamed aides told the newspaper.
Kushner, Ivanka Trump's husband, had his interim security clearance downgraded on Wednesday, a move that restricts him from viewing the president's daily brief. But under the Trump administration, she charged, the motivations of the staff - including Kushner - appear to be more self-serving.