"My friend Andrew Cuomo...tells me that email is the key to prosecuting just about everyone these days," Ivanka Trump wrote in her 2009 book.
President Donald Trump's daughter is drawing comparisons with "Crooked Hillary" Clinton over her use of a personal email account for government business.
"We, as Jews, are forced to grapple with the fact that Jared and his wife are Jewish," Kushner's high school colleague said.
"He's fostered an administration of white supremacy, and he is not welcome here in our time of mourning," a Jewish organizer said of the president.
The president reportedly made plans to visit Pittsburgh this week also at the urging of his daughter and son-in-law.
The chancellor said there was an "urgent need for further clarification" of the circumstances surrounding Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
"I think he knows that every task he's given me from the start of the campaign through, I've been able to do it quietly, I've been able to do it effectively," Jared Kushner said of his relationship with Trump.
Jared Kushner said that the administration must counter "people who are trying to deceive us" but also stay focused "on what's good for America."
In a statement to Newsweek, Castro clarified that he did not intend to insinuate Jared Kushner was sending hit lists to Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, but he did think information may have been leaked.
Kushner reportedly also likened Khashoggi's death to Saudis kidnapping the prime minister of Lebanon.
"Every single thing he promised me he delivered 150 percent on," Kushner said of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The $110 billion figure cited by President Donald Trump describing U.S. weapons sales to Saudi Arabia was described as "fake news."
Donald Trump's White House has faced frequent criticism for its lack of diversity.
"What I've done working with him on the Middle East peace plan, it is so unbelievably well done," Haley said of Kushner.
West is expected to discuss job opportunities for former convicts and employment issues in Chicago, The New York Times reported.
The Trump administration's need for public bombastic declarations instead of quiet diplomacy is wreaking havoc across the globe.
"That's not going to happen," New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd said she told Jared Kushner.
"Rarely a month has passed during the reign of The Donald without a story leaking about his son-in-law and daughter laboring to curb the excesses of President Daddy," David Von Drehle wrote.
"They were like a posse of second-guessers, hovering, watching, interacting as family and senior advisers with the president," Woodward wrote of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
Kushner ignored reporters' questions including, "Who wrote the op-ed?" and "Are you concerned about it?"
"The response was jarring, so different," Woodward wrote of Trump's reply.
"Have your kids there who know you and understand there is a reason why he became a multi-millionaire billionaire," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.