Ivanka Trump insisted her dad was 'not a racist,' new book says

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Some days after that conversation about public service, Corallo got a call from a reporter, an old friend.

Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner arrive to the State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Feb. 5, 2019.

Ricardel later left the White House to "transition to a new role within the Administration", according to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

The then-secretary of state "told Kushner that his interference had endangered the US", Ward reported in her book, a copy of which was obtained by The Guardian.

The Kushner family's tower was eventually refinanced by Qatari-backed investors.

Kelly, however, responded that it would be hard for him to force Jared and Ivanka to give up their positions in the White House without Trump's explicitly telling them he wanted them out.

Ivanka Trump's comments came after the president initially blamed both sides for the violence, a day later condemned the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis, and a day after that said there were "some very fine people" on both sides of a clash that pitted anti-fascist protesters against marchers who had chanted "Jews will not replace us".

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The book is filled with juicy stories likely to be dissected in Washington's back room, including an incident where Cohn noticed a document on his printer in his West Wing office that appeared to be a letter from Trump firing then-FBI director James Comey, Axios reported.

"That's not what he said", she allegedly insisted.

Upon receiving it and realizing it gone to the printer, McGahn said, 'Oh, f***!'

The White House has denied the allegations, according to reporting from CNN, and Axios reported that Kushner's lawyer Abbe Lowell has also vehemently denied his client nearly getting fired by the president.

At issue were a set of emails contradicting a statement Donald Trump Jr. gave to the New York Times, in which he described his contact with the Russians as "a short, introductory meeting" during which he, Kushner, and Trump's campaign chairman at the time, Paul Manafort, "primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children".

Correcting everything wrong would take too long and be pointless, ' Peter Mirijanian, the spokesman, said.

The Times cited Ward as saying she interviewed more than 200 people for the book, "Kushner Inc: Greed". The author, on her own website, listed this book in the category of "fiction" - until recently changing it.