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       Trump trying to push Ivanka, Kushner out of White House?
         Posted on :10:52:27 Mar 3, 2018
       Last edited on:10:52:27 Mar 3, 2018
         Tags: Trump, push Ivanka, Kushner, White House?

WASHINGTON DC: The United States President Donald Trump is reportedly trying to push out his daughter and son-in-law of the White House.

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are working as senior advisors to the US President.

Recently, Donald Trump got frustrated with Kushner after his top security clearance was downgraded.

Further, there were reports that officials from four different countries had together discussed ways to manipulate Kushner regarding the foreign policy of the US.

CNN cited media reports that said as per White House aides, Trump has vented at times that the couple should have never come to the White House and should leave.

Some reports on other hand also said that President Trump has told Kushner and his daughter Ivanka that they should remain in their roles.

Further, the couple had been targeted by the chief of White House staff John Francis Kelly, who had increasingly got frustrated with Ivanka since he entered the West Wing last July. He further disapproved the visit of Ivanka to South Korea during the Winter Olympics.

On the other hand, Ivanka and Kelly got increasingly hostile towards the presence of Francis Kelly in the White House as there had been reports of Trump seeking the help of John Kelly to push both of them outside the White House.

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