Ivanka Trump says 'Lock her up!' doesn't apply in her case

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Ivanka Trump is defending her use of a private email account when she first started her job as a senior adviser to her father, President Donald Trump, while insisting that her situation does not compare to Hillary Clinton's scandal.

Trump told ABC News' Deborah Roberts that the emails are all archived on government servers, and did not contain classified information.

Clinton's emails provoked Donald Trump's Republican campaign rally chant, "Lock her up".

An FBI investigation eventually concluded that Mrs Clinton should not face charges, but said she and her aides had been "extremely careless" in their handling of classified information.

Ms Trump said the emails sent to her private account were mainly regarding scheduling and logistics to balance her home and work life. "There's no connection between the two things".

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White House ethics officials learned of Ivanka Trump's personal email use when reviewing emails gathered last fall by five Cabinet agencies to respond to a public records lawsuit, sources familiar with the matter told The Post.

Ivanka Trump also said she has no fear of legal liability for herself or her family from the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 election and allegations of collusion with Moscow by the Trump campaign. But on Thanksgiving Day, POTUS told reporters, "If they have to, they're gonna use lethal force".

"And there were mass deletions after a subpoena was issued [in Mrs Clinton's case]". She added, "and one of the reasons that I have such a good relationship with him in both a personal and professional capacity is because I am incredibly candid with him".

It is not illegal for White House officials to use a personal email, but they must forward any official messages to a government account within 20 days for preservation, and there are rules against sharing classified information on personal accounts.

'I know the facts as they relate to me and my family, and so I have nothing to be concerned about, ' she said.

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But, like her father, Trump said it's time for the investigation to wrap up.

"I think it should reach its conclusion".

When asked specifically about the president's divisive tone, Ms. Trump offered a wry smile, and said: "He's my father and he's my boss". 'I think it's been a long time that this has been ongoing, but I want it to be done in a way in which nobody could question that it was hurried or rushed'.

Asked whether Mueller's probe should be allowed to continue, Ivanka Trump said: "I think it should reach its conclusion".

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