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Dems call for Ivanka Trump's security clearance to be revoked

Two Democratic lawmakers are calling for Ivanka Trump's security clearance to be revoked in light of a series of recent reports they say show "credibility issues."

"Recent press investigations highlight severe credibility issues with Ivanka Trump, a White House official, close advisor, and daughter to the President," Reps. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) and Don Beyer (D-Va.) wrote in a letter to White House counsel Don McGahn.

The letter cites reports that Trump "used at least two, and possibly three," private email accounts for official White House business.

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A Politico report earlier this week found Trump and her husband, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, reportedly sent hundreds of emails from a third private email account while serving in their White House roles.

The lawmakers also referenced a McClatchy report that Trump and Kushner were each fined after they failed to submit financial reports required by the Office of Government Ethics on time.

The financial disclosure forms submitted by Trump and Kushner also included different values for their personal assets. Some of those values had discrepancies of hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to McClatchy.

"These new revelations, along with the ongoing White House probe of Ms. Trump’s private email use, have compromised Ms. Trump’s integrity and credibility," the lawmakers wrote in the letter.

"We are requesting that the White House immediately revoke her security clearance pending an investigation into her actions."

In the letter, the lawmakers also renewed their call for Kushner's security clearance to be revoked.

"In light of the recent developments relating to both Mr. Kushner’s e-mail accounts and his financial disclosure statements," the letter said, "we would like to reiterate our request that you immediately revoke his security clearance."