President Trump's chief advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kouchner, was initially refused permission to access information from career staff after the FBI check-up raised red flags. But anyway, permission was granted by Trump, who dismissed the recommendations of the experts, NBC News reported.
Carl Klein, a former Pentagon official appointed as Head of Personnel Security at the Executive Office of the President in May 2017, abolished the careers of the Kouchner clearance staff and also in 30 other staff cases of Trump who received unfavorable recommendations from career security professionals. According to the report, career officials have been dismissed by the secretariat only once during the three years prior to Klein's appointment. The Washington Post reported last year that officials in at least four countries ̵
A career security officer at the Security Service who reviewed the FBI's findings found that Kushner's security clearance statement was "unfavorable".
After supervising the employee, he also agreed to the recommendation that the request was sent to Klein, who rejected the two employees in his career and approved Kouchner for a "top secret" access clearance. someone else receives such treatment. "The judges of the normal line looked at the FBI report … they saw that foreign influence was worrying, but
After Kushner received security clearance, thanks to Kline, Kushner's file was forwarded to the CIA, to provide access to the government's most sensitive information, such as CIA, CIA data sources, called "sensitive information" or SCI
According to the report, the CIA staff who reviewed the dossier, Kushner's request was rejected, one even called the White House Security House to ask how Kouchner even has secret secrets
Since Kouchner is denied permission to access SCI material, he will not have access to vital intelligence unless Trump ignores the rules he is legally allowed to do
Daniel Jacobson, a former lawyer of the Obama administration  writes that it is very unusual for career officers to be rejected by security clearance, adding that he is still -Antily that of 30 officials of the administration and Trump in the first place has been refused permission
"It is not normal for the head of the Office for personal security ever outweighed employees career which issue permits," he wrote on Twitter. – It is necessary to deny permission for quite bad things. The fact that there were thirty recommendations to deny WH staff in the past 1.5 years is the mad itself before you even get to the reject. "
Jacobson added that there must be really clear evidence of someone with the obvious strength of Kouchner.
"They would not do that lightly for any of Kuhner's hands and position," he added. "The fact that C.I.A. then denied his S.C.I. application is equally discouraging. … And the fact that they were so disturbed by the provision of his [top secret] permission that they call for WH? Hooboy. "