Ivanka Trump Used Personal Account for White House Emails

Ivanka Trump Used Personal Account for White House Emails

In a letter sent on Tuesday to the House Judiciary and Oversight committees, the group calls for a congressional investigation into the matter, which it calls a "blatant derogation of the law".

Overnight, Ivanka Trump's legal team released a statement saying: "While transitioning into government..." Of those, only one - a spokesman for Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Ind. - replied: "No comment".

While Ivanka Trump's use of private email does not appear to have been as elaborate or extensive as Hillary Clinton's, Dershowitz said that neither one amounted to anything significant, and that criticism from each side is "just partisan bickering".

He said she belonged in jail for her actions.

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A senior Democrat has called for an investigation of Ivanka Trump's use of a personal email account for government business, an act that has been criticized as hypocritical by both allies and foes of her father's administration.

The left is having a hair-on-fire field day with this misstep, and having been down the brutal and bloody road to the White House - made possible by exploiting opponents' glaring weaknesses - she of all people should know better to follow a few easy rules.

The Senate Homeland Security and House Oversight investigations into private email were launched in 2017.

"While transitioning into government, after she was given an official account but until the White House provided her the same guidance they had given others who started before she did, Ms. Trump sometimes used her personal account, nearly always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family", the spokesman said. "Lock her up!" referring to Clinton's email practices.

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Trump said she did not know the details of the records rules, the Post reported, citing sources it said had knowledge of her reaction.

Mirijanian stressed that no classified information was transmitted in the messages, that no emails were deleted and that the emails have since been "retained" in conformity with records laws. "But is it not too much to hold Ivanka Trump to the same standard of skepticism and standard of inquiry that we demanded in the press in over a year in the case of Hillary Clinton?".

So, what next? The Trump administration has a special expertise in distraction games. She reportedly stopped using this email account after she was told that it was against the rules. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said on CNN. "There should be some kind of investigative effort". Her spokesman, Abbe Lowell, claimed "sometimes used her personal account, nearly always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family", according to a statement from a spokesman for Abbe Lowell, Trump's attorney. "Congress should investigate the steps the White House has taken to ensure employees beyond Ms Trump are following the law".

So it looks like all those stones Trump was throwing while campaigning to become president have boomeranged back and walloped his daughter.

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