Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, has been requesting more top secret Intelligence information than any White House staffer not on the National Security Council, but he just lost his access. Kushner hasn’t been able to get clearance because because he keeps omitting his ties to foreign governments and companies. Over the last 13 months he’s been forced to add hundreds of contacts he’s left off. Kushner has no officially defined job, other than “Senior Advisor to the President.”
A memo sent Friday downgraded the presidential son-in-law and adviser and other White House aides who had been working on interim clearances, barring them from top-secret information.