Capitol Hill. A search of government department email received during 2017 has revealed that Ivanka Trump used a private email account to send hundreds of messages in which official White House business was discussed with various assistants, government officials and others. Federal rules require that official business be sent through protected, official government email accounts rather than via a personal account.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump repeatedly led the cheer, "Lock her up," referring to Hillary Clinton's illegal use of private email to pursue government business while she was still secretary of state.
Late today, thousands of protesters appeared in front of the White House chanting, "Lock her up!"