President Trump has reportedly begun directing his ire at his daughter and son-in-law amid their continuing White House woes, privately saying the pair should have never come to serve in the West Wing. White House aides cited by The New York Times on Thursday said Trump had become isolated and angry in recent days as tensions brewed between Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. Kushner, already under scrutiny for his international business dealings, had his top-secret security clearance downgraded by Kelly this week, while Ivanka has reportedly irked other White House aides, including Kelly, by exploiting her role as first daughter. Despite Trump telling the two they must remain in their White House positions, he has privately complained that they never should’ve joined him in the White House and said they should leave, according to the Times. He has also privately asked Kelly to help get them out, aides said.