The e-mails should have gone to employees in the White House, to cabinet members and their assistants: The „Washington Post“ reports, US President’s daughter Ivanka Trump have sent in the past year hundreds of business e-mails from their private account from. In many cases, they have violated White House guidelines.
The newspaper cites unspecified persons who are supposed to have knowledge of a corresponding White House internal investigation into Ivanka Trump’s correspondence. It was noted that Trump had regulated business in the past year often business via their private e-mail address. According to the newspaper, the domain „ijkfamily.com“ shares it with her husband Jared Kushner.
US President Donald Trump had his daughter Ivanka in the spring of 2017 as a consultant in the White House. The report on his daughter’s e-mails is tricky for the President, as he used his rival in the 2016 election campaign, Hillary Clinton, to use a private e-mail account for business purposes in a most belligerent manner.
Clinton had sent in her time as US Secretary of State official e-mails via a private and non-secure server. The FBI therefore determined, but came in the summer of 2016 to the conclusion that the Democrat had made no offense. Trump kept the topic to Clinton but on and on, even long after he took office, he still criticized the Democrat for it.
There were reports last year that several presidential aides used private e-mail accounts to discuss White House issues, including Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner. Government employees would have described the use of private accounts as sporadic, it was then.
The „Washington Post“ now reports that Ivanka Trump has communicated much more frequently than previously thought official about her private e-mail account. The newspaper quotes an unnamed ex-government official as saying, „She was the worst in the White House.“