Can Donald Trump bring his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, into the White House? And could Kushner get a security clearance?
The answers, according to several legal experts, are yes and yes.
No paperwork has been submitted for “top secret” security credentials for any for the president-elect’s grown children or Kushner, senior intelligence officials with direct knowledge of the situation told NBC News.
Trump has said his children will run the Trump Organization, the family business, but there has been mounting speculation that he may want Kushner by his side in the White House. Kushner played a key role in the campaign.
A source close to Kushner told NBC News late Wednesday that he was considering whether to serve in the White House in a role along the lines of a special adviser or special counsel after being approached by Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.
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