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Senior adviser to the President Jared Kushner used private email and a messaging app to conduct official business, the House oversight committee says. Kushner's lawyer has pushed back on some of the committee's assertions. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Kushner Used Private Email To Conduct Official Business, House Committee Says

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Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump walk on the South Lawn of the White House to board Marine One on their way to the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland on June 1, 2018. Yuri Gripas/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern addresses the media on March 16 in Wellington, New Zealand. Ardern said she would seek a change in her country's gun laws after after at least one man opened fire during afternoon prayers Friday and killed at least 49 people at two mosques in Christchurch. Mark Tantrum/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump said he is not "happy" with a compromise budget deal being negotiated on Capitol Hill but said he doesn't think there will be another shutdown. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's new book, Let Me Finish: Trump, the Kushners, Bannon, New Jersey, and the Power of In-Your-Face Politics details his history with New Jersey politics and thoughts on the Trump administration. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Chris Christie: There Is No One With More Influence Over Trump Than Jared Kushner

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Federal employees wait in line at World Central Kitchen, a food bank and food distribution center established by celebrity chef José Andrés. The federal government is back open, but it could be several days before workers receive missed paychecks. Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Employees Return To Work, But Fears Of Another Shutdown Loom

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Meetings continued on Saturday between Congressional leadership staff and White House officials to come to an agreement for funding the government. Negotiations remain at an impasse. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Former first lady Michelle Obama's new book Becoming was published in November. Chuck Kennedy/NPR hide caption

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Tell-Alls, Dramatic Warnings And The Obamas Lead Political Books Of 2018

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