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    (CNN)Jared Kushner's security clearance downgrade is not the end of the story, unless you are talking about his diplomatic career. That is over.

    Despite the claim by both White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Kushner's lawyer that "the new clearance policy will not affect Mr. Kushner's ability to continue to do the very important work he has been assigned by the President," it will do exactly that.

    The reliance on Jared Kushner as the primary negotiator for everything from Middle East peace to trade deals to the United States' relationships in Asia has been dying a slow death over the last year due to a combination of his lack of experience, lack of respect from world leaders and the actions of his boss and father-in-law, President Donald Trump. The official loss of his interim top security clearance should come as no surprise. A valid question the White House should have to answer is why it took so long.

    After working in the White House on and off for eight years and traveling around the world for two years with an actual top diplomat, Secretary of State John Kerry, I can confirm without a doubt that it is not possible to be on the front lines of diplomacy as the chief representative of the United States without the highest level of security clearance.

    Why? Because a top-level security clearance gives access to information and insights into foreign powers, their leaders and their thinking about ongoing issues that gives chief negotiators a leg up. And it is impossible to do the job of chief negotiator or chief representative for the president without it.

    We don't actually know the real reason for the downgrade, but Kushner's portfolio changes are the least of his problems.

    If you believe White House spin, the memo sent to White House staff, including to Jared Kushner, that informed them that their security clearance had been downgraded, was all part of an effort by Chief of Staff John Kelly to take a significant step in clearing the deck of high-level employees with interim security clearances.

    Donald Trump had the power to override that decision -- but he didn't. And Kushner's father-in-law, the President, hasn't exactly shied away from breaking the rules, conflicting his own public commitments or making decisions that are clearly conflicts of interest. But he didn't on Kushner's behalf, even though it will significantly reduce his portfolio.

    The more likely reasons for Kushner's downgrade affect far more than his job responsibilities.

    New reports surfaced on Tuesday that not one, but four foreign powers -- the United Arab Emirates, China, Israel and Mexico -- had been discussing ways to influence Kushner. Why? Because of his lack of experience, knowledge and his financial vulnerabilities.

    Jared Kushner's problems are only just beginning

    Revelations like these would prompt immediate calls for a brand new congressional investigation in almost any other administration.

    This is further public fuel for the investigation that is already ongoing under Robert Mueller.

    Not because there are new specifics about Russia's influence or contacts, but because these reports confirmed that Jared Kushner is a prime candidate for foreign powers to target and to attempt to influence. Because it shows that his naiveté, lack of experience, poor judgment and financial issues had more than just the Russians licking their chops at the prospect of getting closer to Trump.

    Jared Kushner's pursuit of Middle East peace may be dead. But questions about his contacts and engagements with foreign powers are just beginning.
     
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    Sessions pushes back on Trump after 'disgraceful' insult

    Washington (CNN)Attorney General Jeff Sessions pushed back against President Donald Trump's latest insult on Wednesday, prolonging an increasingly awkward public spat between the President and his top law enforcement official.

    Trump chastised Sessions over an investigation into alleged surveillance abuses, calling his approach "disgraceful."
    "Why is A.G. Jeff Sessions asking the Inspector General to investigate potentially massive FISA abuse. Will take forever, has no prosecutorial power and already late with reports on Comey etc," Trump wrote. "Isn't the I.G. an Obama guy? Why not use Justice Department lawyers? DISGRACEFUL!"

    Responding to Trump's tweet, the attorney general said in a statement that the Justice Department "initiated the appropriate process that will ensure complaints against this department will be fully and fairly acted upon if necessary."

    "As long as I am the attorney general, I will continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor, and this department will continue to do its work in a fair and impartial manner according to the law and Constitution,
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    Hope Hicks To Resign As White House Communications Director
     
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    老师也教室开枪了。。估计这下得给学生发枪上学,保护自己了。:evil:
     
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    可惜了,一个花花牛 :rolleyes:
    那个 conway 咋还留着呢?
     
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    挺悬的,川普还想给老师普及枪支呢。好在这个老师只把自己关教室里,最后投降了o_O
     
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    和绝密信息说再见 特朗普女婿失去最高涉密许可
    2018-03-01 06:45:27 来源: 新华网

      美国多家媒体2月27日报道,总统唐纳德·特朗普的女婿、白宫高级顾问贾里德·库什纳已经失去接触绝密文件和信息的许可。

      【降级别】

      美国“政治”网站、美联社、美国有线电视新闻网(CNN)等媒体当天先后披露库什纳失去接触绝密信息许可的消息。

      白宫保密等级分为“绝密”“机密”和“秘密”,其中绝密级文件包括《每日总统简报》。

      上述媒体报道,依照白宫办公厅主任约翰·凯利的要求,库什纳及多名白宫官员本月23日失去绝密级许可,降为机密级。

      库什纳及这些官员自特朗普就任总统后一直获临时涉密许可。凯利16日下令改革白宫官员涉密级别审批规则和程序,要求一周内禁止2017年6月以来一直持临时绝密许可的官员接触绝密级文件和信息。

      【补“不足”】

      因被两名前妻指认有家暴行为,时任白宫秘书罗布·波特本月7日辞职,但是他否认有家暴史。

      这一事件还引发对白宫官员涉密级别审批程序和对保密信息可能外泄的忧虑。波特获得临时涉密许可,接触过一些绝密信息。

      美国联邦调查局局长克里斯托弗·雷说,联邦调查局早在去年7月就完成了对波特的背景审查,而白宫发言人莎拉·桑德斯称,白宫直到波特辞职前才获知波特涉嫌家暴,而且对波特的背景审查仍在进行。

      鉴于两种说法相互矛盾,国会众议院监督委员会已经启动调查。凯利承认波特事件暴露白宫涉密许可审批程序存在“不足之处”,因而决定着手改进。

      【“没影响”】

      身兼特朗普女婿和总统高级顾问两个角色,库什纳是特朗普执政班子核心圈人物之一。

      库什纳的法律顾问阿贝·洛厄尔试图打消这一事件对库什纳地位可能受影响的疑虑。洛厄尔说,数十名与库什纳同级别官员的正式涉密许可审批同样受到延误,库什纳本人的资质没有问题。“库什纳先生受总统委任,承担非常重要的职责。正如凯利将军本人所说,新的审批规则不会影响他继续履职的能力。”

      白宫发言人桑德斯27日拒绝就库什纳个人涉密许可变动表达看法,只是说库什纳是特朗普班子的重要成员,将继续履行重要职责。

      美国有线电视新闻网以一名不愿公开身份的人为消息源报道,预计联邦调查局将在一个月内完成对库什纳的背景审查并把结果告知白宫。

      报道还说,围绕涉密许可,库什纳和凯利之间产生了矛盾,特朗普也知道他们两人关系紧张。

      特朗普有权不理会凯利的决定而授权库什纳接触绝密信息,但是他没有那样做。“我将让凯利将军作决定,”特朗普16日说,“怎么样有利于国家,他就会怎么做。我毫不怀疑,他会作出正确决定。”

      另一名不愿公开身份的人告诉有线电视新闻网,库什纳接受凯利的决定,“不会(向特朗普)寻求特别许可”。
     
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    Hope Hicks leaves the Capitol after a nine-hour closed-door session with the House Intelligence Committee Feb. 27.

    Photograph by Leah Millis / Reuters
     
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