The issue resurfaced this week when The Washington Post reported that the president's daughter, while serving as a top White House adviser, sent hundreds of emails about government business from a personal email account.
Trump supporters still chant "Lock her up!" at rallies, mimicking one of Trump's battle cries during the election campaign, indicating they believe Clinton should be jailed. "You're talking about a whole different - you're talking about all fake news", Trump said.
Trump's vigorous defense of his daughter did little however to appease lawmakers on both sides of the aisle who announced plans to investigate whether she had violated federal records rules. "Some aides were startled by the volume of Ivanka Trump's personal emails - and taken aback by her response when questioned about the practice". It may be possible she didn't contemplate that using email housed on "ijkfamily.com" - a setup she created only two months after Donald Trump was elected president and while her husband was preparing to join the White House - might someday cause her grief. They weren't deleted like Hillary Clinton.
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Peter Mirijanian, a spokesman for Ivanka Trump's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, defended Trump by saying she did not delete any emails and did not send classified information to her address. "These are all in the historical records", he said, adding that Ivanka Trump's personal email usage was "unlike Hillary Clinton" and that "it's all fake news". "She's a private person and then ultimately she transitioned out from private to government".
Cummings insisted that "my goal is to prevent this from happening again-not to turn this into a spectacle the way Republicans went after Hillary Clinton".
While Clinton exclusively used her private server for all work-related communication, claiming that she "did it for convenience" and that "it was fully above board", Ivanka used her personal email occasionally and admitted that she was doing that in error. The emails sent a year ago, were to White House aides, Cabinet members and Ivanka Trump's assistants, many in violation of public records rules, according to The Post. But American Oversight called her personal email use a "blatant derogation of the law".