A leading American paper claims that US President Donald Trump has “privately asked” his chief of staff John Kelly for help in ousting daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner from their advisory roles at the White House.
The claim was made in a report published by The New York Times on Friday.
The media outlet said the move was prompted after a number of Trump’s aides “expressed frustration” with the fact that Kushner and Ivanka still had their jobs despite the president indicating that they should resign.
Ivanka and his husband believe that the chief of staff is against their presence in the White House, according to the newspaper.
The daily paper also claims that Trump has spoken to the pair and called on them to stay on at the White House, but has privately stated they “never should have come” to work there.
Ivanka worked for her billionaire father’s company before Trump was elected president and is now an unpaid…