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Bill Clinton News Archive
Ivanka Trump & Husband Jared Kushner Reportedly Moving To D.C. — Will His Expected White House Role Go Against Federal Anti-Nepotism Law?
The couple's reported move with their three children seems to confirm expectations that Kushner will serve as an adviser to the President-elect in some capacity — though his exact role has yet to be determined.
A week after Trump's election win, incoming Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told NBC that Kushner is "going to be very involved in decision-making" during his father-in-law's stint in the White House.
The 35-year-old was present with Trump during his first post-election victory White House visit and played a big hand throughout the billionaire's campaign.
However, Kushner's prospective senior position in the West Wing raises some legal red flags, and could potentially go against a decades-old federal anti-nepotism statute!
In 1967, congress passed an anti-nepotism law — largely believed to be a response to
Katy Perry, Jon Bon Jovi, & Bruce Springsteen Make A Final Star-Studded Push To Elect Hillary Clinton!
Let's just say Hillary Clinton has A LOT of star power behind her!
On Election Day eve, celebs like Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, and Jon Bon Jovi made a final plea for voters to elect Hillary into office. The messages of support couldn't come at a better time considering the race is apparently neck and neck!
While Katy, Bruce, and Jon have all been ardent supporters of Clinton since the very beginning, they really pulled out all the stops in the final few hours. Not only did Perry enlist the help of her adorable dog Nugget to encourage voters, but Springsteen and Bon Jovi went as far to hold a rockin' benefit concert in Philadelphia in the politician's honor!
Woot! Take that, Donald Trump and Ted Nugent!
At the PACKED concert, both singers gave passionate speeches about why they're #WITHHER. The Boss even took an amazing shot at Drumpf!
Speaking to the excited sea of Hillary supporters, Mr. Springsteen argued: