Jared Kushner conducted White House business with personal e-mail

Enlarge / U.S. President Donald Trump, at right, with son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner at a recent White House meeting. (credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Don't expect President Donald Trump to be tweeting "Crooked Jared" anytime soon. Trump called his presidential rival, Hillary Clinton, "Crooked Hillary" during the presidential campaign and afterward because she used private e-mail to conduct government affairs when she was secretary of state. The Justice Department did not press charges against Clinton, although Trump vowed to if he was elected.

But now there are revelations that Jared Kushner, a senior Trump advisor married to the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, has been using private e-mail to conduct White House affairs.

Politico first broke the news Sunday, and Kushner's attorney has verified the story.

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