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A view of the Kushner Companies' flagship property 666 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, March 6, 2018 in NY.
Apol said that when he raised concerns with White House lawyers about the loans and whether they should look into the matter, "the White House informed me that they had already begun the process".
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Fellow television star Omarosa Manigault Newman, noted for her stint on The Apprentice alongside Trump, stepped down from her White House role as director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison at the end of past year.
Sunshine reportedly applied for her internship through the official White House website.
A Kushner Companies logo is visible near an entrance to the Kushner Companies' flagship property 666 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, March 6, 2018 in NY. Sanders would not specifically say if the administration would comply with the oversight request. A spokeswoman for Kushner Cos said Monday that firm had not received any correspondence from the White House.
The New York Times reported last month that Kushner's family real estate firm, Kushner Companies, accepted $184m (£130m) from Apollo Global Management and $325m (£230m) from Citigroup previous year, after Kushner met officials from the two firms.
22-year-old Caroline Sunshine landed a gig after finishing internship at the White House. There are plenty of qualified people out there who would love to go work in Donald Trump's Press Office, but you don't have to scrape the bottom of the barrel, looking on the Disney Channel or Nickelodeon or whatever kind of kid's television Donald Trump watches during executive time, in order to find the right people. Citigroup previously said Michael Corbat, the bank's CEO, had requested a meeting with Kushner to discuss US trade policy and NAFTA. Last week, Citigroup's general counsel told several Democratic lawmakers in a letter that the loan was "completely appropriate".
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