Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner went to a party at the Trump hotel Thursday night while the president went to war with Steve Bannon.
Hogan Gidley said 'it's pretty obvious that this book is filled with falsehoods and out and out lies.'
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump didn't want to take any responsibility for White House decisions, Michael Wolff claimed.
Trump and Kushner have toured at least one property in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home.
The author of a new book that's loaded with explosive anecdotes of a White House in chaos is backed up by "dozens of hours" of audio recordings of senior staff, according to a report.
"They're going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV," Bannon is quoted as saying.
"Special counsel Mueller knows a lot about facts and circumstances surrounding the Russia investigation," Ted Lieu said.
Ivanka Trump's Twitter profile now reads: "Advisor to POTUS on job creation + economic empowerment, workforce development & entrepreneurship."
Guests who paid the higher prices were treated to a menu that included Maine Lobster Ravioli, Sliced Tenderloin and Pan-Seared Sea Bass.
Twitter users attacked Ivanka Trump in light of her father defending Confederate statues.
Uta Winkler said she's been waking up to fits of sneezes every morning for years in the Kushner Village complex in Manhattan.
The foundation's real mission was to fight the sanctions on Russian officials.
Robert Mueller appears to be following the money, trying to determine if Trump has a financial connection to Russia.
"Whether he deserves it or not, he's getting it," Christie said of scrutiny on Kushner.
Kushner has updated his financial disclosure form a few dozen times since filing it in March.
The couple allegedly failed to include assets from investments funds they have stakes in.
Representative Adam Schiff said Republicans haven't scheduled any witnesses after next week.
Thirteen Democrats want the president's son-in-law to detail any conversations he may have had with foreign interests concerning financing of a Manhattan building.
The first family's absentee ballots didn't count for the November mayoral election in their hometown of New York City. Here's why.
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