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New Reports Raise Questions About Ivanka Trump's White House Role

Two new reports indicate that Ivanka Trump is taking on a more formal position in her father’s administration after playing a key role in his campaign. According to a Politico report on Monday, President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter has secured an office in the White House and been given security clearance and what are presumably government-issued cell phones or computers, essentially making her a a full-time staffer “[i]n everything but name.
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