Trump Expected To Disavow Iran Nuclear Deal But Not Abandon It

Chief of Staff John Kelly will make the decision about whether to revoke access to classified information for Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, the president said Friday. Trump praised his son-in-law as "a high-quality person" and expressed confidence in Kelly's judgment. Kushner is among more than 100 White House staff of varying levels of seniority who still lacked clearance as of November, and he has so far resisted Kelly's move to limit his information access before clearance is granted. On Friday evening, The Washington Post reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told the White House two weeks ago that Kushner's background check had uncovered information requiring additional investigation and thus further delaying his clearance.

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