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New York Times: Book claims Ivanka Trump told Cohn her father wasn't racist following Charlottesville

Her book examines the lives of Washington D.C.'s most prominent "it couple": Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump, the first daughter and White House counselor.

In a statement to The Times, a spokesman for Abbe Lowell, Kushner's attorney, flatly rejected the claims made in the book.

A new book set for release on March 19th reveals that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump clashed with multiple senior White House officials, who were concerned the couple mixed their government work and personal interests and lacked proper expertise for the work they were trying to do, reports The Guardian.

"What did you do to Jared and Ivanka?" the reporter asked him.

In her new book, journalist Vicky Ward describes tense confrontations between the couple, who serve as senior advisors to the President, and high level Trump aides.

The book depicts the couple - dubbed "Javanka" by Ward - as both omnipresent and omnipotent, forcing their will upon White House staffers and lashing out at enemies real and perceived when rebuked.

Cohn did not end up resigning over that particular incident - he later left as White House economic adviser over a Trump trade policy - but the interaction reportedly changed his view of the Trump children.

Furious North Korean official says Trump threw away golden opportunity for peace
Pompeo told reporters on Friday at the White House that North Korea's name-calling had not done anything to harm talks with Kim. Mr Trump and Mr Pompeo clearly stated after last month's talks that North Korean officials had asked for full sanctions relief.

Ivanka Trump was reported to want to establish a Trump dynasty to rival the Kennedy or Bush families and that includes becoming president herself.

Biographer Vicky Ward's new book, Kushner INC, reveals that the Comey letter nearly fell into the wrong hands.

But according to The Times, Trump's desire to remove them came and went in waves.

Meanwhile, Kushner's spokesman tells The Times, "Every point that Ms. Ward mentioned in what she called her "fact checking" stage was entirely false".

'It seems she has written a book of fiction rather than any serious attempt to get the facts. "Correcting everything wrong would take too long and be pointless".

"Thanks so much for the CD you sent me", Ivanka, the former vice president of the Trump Organization, which is doing business with India, reportedly told an Indian leader.

Corallo appeared to blame the president's attachment to "Javanka" for the mess.

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