Investigate Ivanka Trump's emails

Investigate Ivanka Trump's emails

Investigate Ivanka Trump's emails

Ivanka Trump used her personal email account a year ago to handle as many as 100 discussions of official White House matters. The New York Times is reporting that Trump asked former White House counsel Don McGahn about ordering the prosecutions, but was eventually convinced to back down.

The president has defended his daughter despite focusing much of his 2016 presidential campaign on slamming Clinton for her private email usage.

Liberals cry hypocrisy over reports of Ivanka's private email use - but it's not the same as Hillary A bombshell report by the Washington Post on Ivanka Trump's use of a personal email account for official communications has prompted immediate comparisons to Hillary Clinton's scandal. She was at the presidential debates, during at least one of which President Trump stated point-blank that as president he would seek to have Clinton prosecuted for her email practices.




Trump's daughter reportedly sent about 1,000 emails containing her official schedule and travel arrangements to herself or her staff and some 100 emails in which she discussed government-related business with officials, including Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, the Labor Department (DOL), the Department of Treasury and the Department of Commerce staff, as well as the administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA) Linda McMahon. They are asking for an accounting of the official emails exchanged on Ivanka Trump's personal account and to certify that the emails had been preserved according with federal law. "You're talking about a whole different - you're talking about all fake news", Trump said.

"Just so you understand, early and for a little period of time, Ivanka did some emails", Trump told reporters on Tuesday. The Trump International sits atop federally owned land (meaning, essentially, that Trump is leasing the site from himself) and plays host to legions of foreign diplomats - which has helped make the hotel a target of lawsuits alleging that he is violating "emoluments" provisions of the Constitution that forbid the president from taking any gifts, rewards or benefits from a foreign or state government. They weren't classified like Hillary Clinton. That triggered a Republican-led congressional probe into a possible violation of the Presidential Records Act and other federal record-keeping laws.

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