President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka Trump migrated their personal email accounts to computers and private servers run by the Trump Organization as public scrutiny intensified over their use of private emails to conduct official White House business, internet registration records obtained by USA Today showed.
The records revealed that the accounts were moved on either Sept. 26 or 27, just days after Kushner’s lawyer confirmed that Kushner used a private account to communicate with White House officials.
Both Jared and Ivanka are unpaid advisers to President Trump.
Politico on Monday reported that the couple had used a third private email account, in addition to their individual addresses, to send hundreds of government emails.
The Hill adds:
A number of these emails reportedly contained official White House materials. The email domain for Kushner and Trump’s family account, ihkfamily.com, was updated to two Trump Organization email servers, according to USA Today.
President Trump and his allies heavily criticized former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server during her time in office as secretary of State, which she has cited as a factor behind her loss to him in the election.