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Top House Democrat: Jared Kushner shouldn't have White House job

March 24 2018, 07:45 | Irvin Gilbert

Top House Democrat: Jared Kushner shouldn't have White House job

Top House Democrat: Jared Kushner shouldn't have White House job

Christine Taylor, a spokeswoman for Kushner Companies, said Kushner's White House position has no impact on the company's affairs with financial institutions.

In another blow to a West Wing under siege, CNN reported Thursday that Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence was probing a deal sealed by the President's daughter Ivanka in Canada to see whether it left her vulnerable to foreign agents.

An ally of the President's told CNN that Donald Trump berated Hicks for her testimony, describing her as his "last emotional crutch".

Some of the aides who have been crafting the policy were caught off guard by the plans for an announcement, which The Washington Post first reported Wednesday night.

The Citigroup also provided loans worth $325 million to Kushner Companies shortly after Jared Kushner met with Citigroup's Chief Executive Michael Corbat.

The drama was also typical of the unpredictable, often unspecific style of leadership that appears often to skirt over the possible consequences of Trump's tendency to trust his instincts.

Kelly said in an earlier statement that he would not comment on any one person's security clearance.

Kushner's loss of his top-secret clearance could be particularly problematic in his role overseeing the Trump administration's efforts to produce Mideast peace.

The column alleges that Trump's managerial style, dubbed "chaos theory" by the writers, has caused emotional grief for the White House staff.

Although Putin said his announcement was meant to get America's attention, he also said he was open to talks with the U.S.

A spokesman for Kushner attorney Abbe Lowell said the report was the "mischief" of unnamed sources conducting a " misinformation campaign" to mislead the news media.

"How much more suspicious can Jared Kushner get?" No concerns were raised about Mr. Kushner's application.

President Donald Trump is growing increasingly "annoyed" with top aide Jared Kushner, and he's "sounding regretful" Kushner is taking fire, while simultaneously infuriated his son-in-law has become yet another legal liability. "There is no reasonable justification for a yearlong policy that allowed people who may have very harmful secrets in their own backgrounds to have access to our nation's secrets".

The special counsel is looking at Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election and whether there was any collusion with the Trump campaign.

On Tuesday, The Washington Post reported that officials in at least four countries have discussed ways to manipulate Kushner through his complex foreign business interests, financial difficulties and inexperience in government, citing current and former USA officials familiar with intelligence reports on the matter. Clinton was repeatedly faulted during the campaign about what critics called her slipshod approach to handling sensitive information.

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