At least six White House advisors used private emails for government business, the New York Times reports. Among those advisors are senior advisor Jared Kushner, former chief White House strategist Stephen Bannon, former chief of staff Reince Priebus, chief economic advisor Gary Cohn, and senior policy advisor Stephen Miller, the Times reports. Earlier Monday night, the House Oversight Committee's ranking members requested information on top Trump aides' use of private email accounts and other non-governmental messaging services. Reps. Trey Gowdy and Elijah Cummings cited "numerous public revelations of senior executive branch employees deliberately trying to circumvent these laws by using personal, private, or alias email addresses to conduct official government business."
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