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- White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump reportedly sent numerous emails related to internal government affairs using her personal email address.
- The first daughter is believed to have discussed government policy in her emails, and sent her work schedule and travel information to herself and personal assistants.
- Ivanka, who took on her unpaid White House role in March 2017, “sometimes used her personal account, almost always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family,” according to a statement from a spokesman for Abbe Lowell, Ivanka Trump’s attorney.
- The spokesman claimed that none of Ivanka’s emails contained classified information, adding that although she received an official email account, she did not recieve “the same guidance” other government employees received after assuming a government role.
White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump reportedly sent numerous emails related to government affairs using a personal email address, potentially in violation of records laws, according to a Washington Post report published Monday.
The first daughter was found to have sent hundreds of messages from her private email address to numerous White House aides, officials, and assistants, after a public-records lawsuit prompted a White House ethics invesitgation, The Post reported, citing people familiar with the situation.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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