- In apparent defiance of anti-nepotism laws, Donald Trump will name his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, senior advisor to the president.
- As ABC reported, Kushner’s role on Trump’s transition team would seem to violate anti-nepotism laws.
- The laws bar federal officials from hiring, favoring or advancing any relative, in-laws included.
- In appointing Kushner to an advisory position, rather than to a particular government agency, Trump could clear a path around those laws. Read more
You know what i don't understand: Why was 4x24 all about figuring out who A was when they already knew that the person who send the texts to Alison before she dissapeared was Mona? Why was Alison like: 'A had been threatening me since that Halloween' didn't she already know that that was Mona? Did she thought that it was someone else? It can't be Charlotte because she didn't even know about the A game at that point..