Trump wants daughter, son-in-Law to leave White House

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It's just as well; as Meyers points out, Kushner's new security clearance level sure doesn't sound like much of an asset.

Zehren did not immediately respond to an inquiry seeking confirmation that Harris had been considered for a White House position.

"Mr Kushner's role in the campaign and transition was to be a point person for completely appropriate contacts from foreign officials and he did not mix his or his former company's business in those contacts", the spokesman, Peter Mirijanian, said in a statement. The column further claims that aides have "expressed frustration" that Kushner and Ivanka Trump have remained as advisors, and that President Trump has "privately asked" Kelly for help in moving them out.

Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner received $500 million in loans after he met the heads of private corporations in an official government capacity, an investigation by the New York Times has revealed.

US envoy on NKorea exits as window for talks may be opening
Yun has been one of the few USA officials to set foot in North Korea amid a flurry of nuclear threats and missile tests. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson "has reluctantly accepted his decision and wished him ‎well", she added.

The newspaper, citing several other Trump advisers that the president had told his eldest daughter and her husband that they should continue working at the White House even though he had asked White House Chief of Staff John Kelly to assist him in getting them to resign. "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.

One Kelly backer said the chief of staff's standing remains tenuous, in part because of his clashes with Kushner over policy, personnel and White House structure. Complicating matters, Porter had been dating White House communications director Hope Hicks, who announced Wednesday that she would also be leaving her job. Intelligence officials expressed concern that Kushner's business dealings were a topic of discussion in conversations he was having with foreign officials about foreign policy issues of interest to the USA government, a former intelligence official said.

The report centered on Kushner and said that the Kushner family's real estate firm had received $500 million in total loans past year from two financial institutions with top executives who had met with Kushner at the White House. "But I did something wrong and God punished me, I guess".