Internet registration records show that shortly after Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's private internet domain became public, with the news that they had corresponded with White House colleagues using personal email accounts, those accounts were re-routed to computers run by the Trump Organization, USA Today reports.
In late September, after Special Counsel Robert Mueller requested the White House send over records for the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, it came out that President Trump's son-in-law and daughter, both senior advisers, used private email to conduct work business. The email accounts were re-routed a few days later. A spokesman for the couple told USA Today their accounts never passed through or resided in the Trump Organization's email server, and for security reasons, they used a "filtering system" to block viruses and malware.
USA Today says mail exchange records from March show the domain, which Kushner set up in December, directed emails to a system run by Microsoft, and updated records from the end of September show they now go to two mail servers used by the Trump Organization. Cybersecurity experts and lawyers are questioning why they did this, and if any employees of the Trump Organization might now have access to emails about official White House matters. This "certainly creates the appearance of potential impropriety," former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti told USA Today. The Trump Organization did not respond to requests for comment.