New Book Claims Trump Told Kelly to 'Get Rid Of' Ivanka, Kushner

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New York Times: Book claims Ivanka Trump told Cohn her father wasn't racist following Charlottesville

That's according to a new book by the journalist Vicky Ward that was previewed by The New York Times.

Ward, editor at large at HuffPo, 'digs beneath the myth the couple has created, depicting themselves as the voices of reason in an otherwise insane presidency, and reveals that Jared and Ivanka are not just the President's chief enablers: they, like him, appear disdainful of rules, of laws, and of ethics, ' according to the book's summary.

Citing reporting from journalist Vicki Ward in her upcoming book about Trump's daughter, Ivanka, and her husband, Jared Kushner - titled "Kushner, Inc." - the New York Times shared this tidbit about a joke the current US president once made to Patriots owner Robert Kraft about his daughter and quarterback Tom Brady.

"My dad's not a racist; he didn't mean any of it", Ivanka allegedly said in a meeting at the White House with former economic adviser Gary D. Cohn.

The White House has chose to chime in on the crimes of Full House's Lori Loughlin, it what is inadvertently a massive burn on anybody named Trump or Jared Kushner.

She was Donald Trump's golden child, the daughter he adored so much, he once explained, that if he weren't her father "perhaps [he'd] be dating her".

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Barr also made remarks and said President Trump's emergency declaration on the issue is "firmly grounded" in the law. As president, Trump has the constitutional authority under Article I, Section 7 to reject a proposal from Congress.

Yeah, they're hella dumb, but those who work in White Houses should not throw stones. While still secretary of state, Rex Tillerson reportedly rejected her requests.

Seating arrangements on flights have been problematic for White House officials throughout Trump's presidency.

Cohn then instructed the aide to bring the letter to White House counsel Don McGahn, who freaked out when he learned the letter had been sent to the wrong printer. "It seems she has written a book of fiction rather than any serious attempt to get the facts".

Meanwhile, Kushner's spokesman tells The Times, "Every point that Ms. Ward mentioned in what she called her "fact checking" stage was entirely false".

Ward interviewed over 220 people over a span of two years in her research for the book, which will be published next week.

'Get rid of my kids; get them back to NY, ' he told Kelly. "Correcting everything wrong would take too long and be pointless", he added.

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