Kushner's security clearance may affect Mideast peace effort
Now Playing: President Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law is now working with a downgraded security clearance. AP White House reporter Zeke Miller says that's set off rampant speculation that Kushner's days in the White House might be numbered. (Feb. 28)
Media: Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The loss of his top-secret clearance may be problematic for White House adviser and presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner as he oversees the U.S. effort to develop a Mideast peace accord.
Those involved in past efforts to bring about peace in the region say access to highly classified... read more
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