Late Sunday night, Josh Dawsey of Politico dropped a story that, in any other administration, would have been cause for concern but hardly surprise.
“Presidential son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner has corresponded with other administration officials about White House matters through a private email account set up during the transition last December,” Dawsey wrote. “Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, set up their private family domain late last year before moving to Washington from New York, according to people with knowledge of events as well as publicly available internet registration records.”
On Monday, Newsweek reported that Ivanka Trump had also used the server to communicate with at least one government official, Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon. By Monday night, The New York Times had reported that at least six officials, including former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, former strategist Steve Bannon, and aides Stephen Miller and Gary Cohn, had used personal accounts for at least some official business.
I'm not going to link to the fucking New York Times for this story (you can find it in the piece cited above) because fuck the fucking New York Times for including this smarmy piece of dishonest "both sides do it" bull fucking shit:
It is not clear why even sporadic use continued after a campaign in which email habits became a source of controversy. A former administration official noted, though, that in many cases, people received emails to their personal accounts. In some instances, officials used their private accounts to talk with reporters.
Most of Mr. Trump’s aides used popular commercial email services like Gmail. Mr. Kushner created a domain, IJKFamily.com, in December to host his family’s personal email. That domain was hosted by GoDaddy on a server in Arizona, records show.
It's "not clear" because even the fucking New York fucking Times won't admit that the assembled members of the Trump Family Crime Syndicate (TM) are breaking the law because they know they can break the law and that the New York Times won't call it law breaking because they know, deep in their hearts, that they'll break every fucking law they want to break because the stupid media will have to talk about how Hillary should have gone to jail and blah blah blah. If you just won an election because you were able to get the media to talk about how your opponent used a private E-mail server on which to conduct government business, the first thing you would do is set up a private E-mail server on which to conduct government business. You would have that done in mere seconds after winning the election because where else could you laugh about this shit all day long and where else would you do whatever you fucking wanted to do but on your own private E-mail server?
I mean, duh. Of course they used their private E-mail. They did it because they don't care about anything other than thumbing their nose at how stupid everyone is.
This is the essence of Trump--always accuse your opponent of breaking the law while you, yourself, are breaking the same laws at the same time doing shit a thousand times more illegal than anyone can imagine.
Fuck all of these fucking fuckers. This is just hypocrisy, with big rockets attached, so that it can sail off into the stratosphere of mind-boggling hypocrisy and explode into a million pieces of fucking ratfuckery.
Here's what will happen tomorrow--some "troubled" Republicans will be "troubled" and nothing will happen. You already know how this game is played.
Oh, and fuck the fucking New York Fucking Times. Fuck all of that shit, right in the earhole, you fucks.
I mean, these fucking guys.