[Ed. – Betting they won’t find Ivanka set up a special private email server with her own domain to do state business on, or that she sent or received any emails at all with Top Secret or SPECAT content. Just a couple of the salient differences between her use of private email and Hillary’s.]
A Democratic aide told The Hill on Tuesday that the committee is planning “to continue our investigation of the presidential records act and federal records act, and we want to know if Ivanka complied with the law.”
The Washington Post reported Monday that the president’s daughter and White House aide had used her personal account last year to correspond with White House staffers, her assistants and Cabinet officials, in potential violation of federal records law.
A spokesperson for Trump’s lawyer told the Post that while she was transitioning into a government position, she “sometimes used her personal account, almost always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family.”
He said that the emails have since been forwarded to her official government account in order to comply with the federal records law.