Ivanka Trump Isn't A Government Employee, But She's About To Get A White House Office...

Should she be allowed to have an official desk without an official job title?

Ivanka Trump has been serving as an adviser to her father throughout his campaign and presidency in an unofficial capacity since day one. But now, she's getting her own office in the White House without an official government job...

According to her attorney and ethics adviser, Jamie Gorelick, Ivanka will have not only the office in the West Wing but government-issued communication devices and security clearance to access classified information.

Our view is that the conservative approach is for Ivanka to voluntarily comply with the rules that would apply if she were a government employee, even though she is not. The White House Counsel's Office agrees with that approach.
Jamie Gorelick, Fox News, March 20, 2017

Although she is not technically an employee of the government, however, she will be required to recuse herself from certain matters that constitute conflicts of interest. She has distanced herself from her lifestyle brand, but will continue to receive paychecks from it. She will, however, since she still has this financial interest, have to refrain from participation in foreign trade matters dealing with countries where her products are produced and from anything having to do with real estate, since her husband, Jared Kusher's family is involved in it. According to Richard Painter, who served as George W. Bush's chief White House lawyer on ethics, as long as she keeps out of these areas, her position shouldn't pose any problems.

She, like her husband, has to follow the rules. It's not a huge deal if she stays out of things that affect her financial interests.
Richard Painter, Fox News, March 20, 2017

But now, what we'd like to know is...

Do you think Ivanka should be able to work in the White House without an actual White House job?

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