Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of emails to the personnel of White House, Cabinet officials and her aides from her personal account, many of them violated the rules of federal records according to the familiar people of White house examination of her similarity.

The ethics officials of White House came to know the repeated use of personal email account of Trump and while analysing the gathered emails by the cabinet agencies to counter the lawsuit of public records.

The review report disclosed that across much of 2017, she often conversed with the business officials of White House using the personal email account with the domain which she allocated her husband, Jared Kushner.

The revelation warned some advisors of US President Trump who scared that the practices of his daughters match the similarities to the private email account using of Hillary Clinton. Trump charged his Democratic counterpart as dishonest and attacked her saying “Crooked Hillary” for using the email account as the State Secretary.

Ivanka Trump said that she was quite unfamiliar with the details of the regulations, according to people who are known with her reaction.

The White House sends the reference for comment to the attorney and ethics counsel named Abbe Lowell.

In a statement, the representative of Lowell, Peter Mirijanian admitted that the daughter of the president sometimes used her personal email account before she was warned about the rules, but she claimed any message from her did not contain classified information.

She said in a comment, “While transitioning into government, after she was given an official account but until the White House provided her with the same guidance they had given others who started before she did, Ms Trump sometimes used her personal account, almost always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family”.

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