In a letter to White House chief of staff John Kelly, House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) asked that the administration provide his committee with an accounting of Ivanka’s email use for government business, including details on whether the White House had complied with security and record-keeping requirements as laid out by the Presidential Records Act, and whether Trump, a senior adviser to her father, had sent any sensitive or classified information over her personal email.
Gowdy noted that while his committee opened an investigation in 2017 into White House staffers’ use of personal emails and encrypted devices to conduct official business, the White House had yet to update his committee on the findings of an internal review they said they would conduct last year, and requested a briefing on what the review turned up.
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