"Jared, what are you talking about?" Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus reacted. "This is as bad as it gets."
The committee seeks to compel witness testimony and documents from several high-profile Trump associates and current and former officials, including the president's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner.
"I'm not grooming her for office," President Trump added about his daughter and senior White House adviser.
Kushner said, "the door is always open for the Palestinian leadership."
The report quoted anonymous sources saying, "Don Jr. and Jared really dislike each other," and that there is an "escalating cold war" between them over control of the reelection campaign.
"I choose to focus on the values that I share with my husband, and those are the same liberal values that I was raised with," Kloss said.
Several current and former White House and administration officials have reportedly used private email accounts or messaging services to conduct official government business.
Kellyanne Conway is the biggest Hatch Act offender, but more than a dozen other Trump administration officials are accused of breaking the federal law.
The absurdity and disconnect from reality of Kushner's remarks were followed by bewildering developments on Israel's domestic political scene.
Trump and Kushner are expected to appear at Ohio Republican Representative Jim Jordan's fundraiser on July 18.
Kushner urged listeners to imagine a bustling commercial center in Gaza and the West Bank.
"The good news with low expectations is it's not that hard to exceed them," Ambassador Dennis Ross said.
Not since Warren G. Harding's sordid administration have as many grifters, crooks and cronies occupied high positions in Washington.
The demand cites reports that Deutsche Bank had a lax approach toward money laundering laws and protected lucrative clients.
Kushner has been "engaging in prohibited campaign fundraising activities," Democrats alleged in demanding an investigation.
Palestinian leaders are boycotting Kushner's summit in Bahrain.
The foreign emoluments clause "definitely applies to Jared Kushner," Richard Painter said.
The president's son-in-law has no experience in world politics and clearly no interest in upholding international law or the universality of human rights.
Kushner's suggestion that the Palestinian people must prove their right to freedom, justice and equality is part of a lengthy—and offensive—tradition.
"He should not be raising money, he should not be asking other people to raise money," ex-White House ethics chief Richard Painter said.
"I cannot understand this way of thinking from White House advisor Jared Kushner," Sanders tweeted.
"It's hard to do hypotheticals, but the reality is is that we were not given anything that was salacious," the president's son-in-law said.
Pompeo reportedly told a closed-door meeting of Jewish leaders there are "no guarantees that we're the ones that unlock" the conflict.
"Was birtherism racist?" Axios' Jonathan Swan asked. "Um, look, I wasn't really involved in that... That was a long time ago," Jared Kushner responded.
Michael Wolff's new book "Siege" alleges senior White House adviser Jared Kushner made the comments about murdered Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly told a House committee that Jared Kushner's unorthodox approach to diplomacy made it hard to understand what he was doing with world leaders, and he was at risk of being outmaneuvered.
Omar, who spent several years growing up in a refugee camp, rose to become the first Somali-American lawmaker to be elected to Congress.
"Take a look at the gigantic new potty that Jared and Ivanka's landlord is renting from the federal government," former ethics chief Richard Painter tweeted.
"I don't think it's designed to get Democratic support as much as it is to unify the Republican Party around border security," Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters Tuesday.