Ivanka Trump reportedly violated federal records rules by sending emails to government officials on her personal email in 2017, according to a new report from The Washington Post.
It said that Trump, a White House adviser and the eldest daughter of the president, sent hundreds of emails about White House business and her official schedule to administration aides, Cabinet officials and her personal assistants.
White House ethics officials discovered this as they reviewed emails gathered last fall by five Cabinet agencies. The agencies were gathering the emails as they prepared to respond to a public records lawsuit.
In their review, the officials found that Trump discussed business from the White House while using a private email account, the Post said.
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