President Trump's son-in-law and White House senior advisor Jared Kushner has reportedly had his security clearance downgraded, meaning he will no longer have access to top security information.
Kushner and other White House staffers learned last week that their "top secret" clearances were being downgraded to "secret," Politico and CNN reported Tuesday. The staffers subject to the downgrade had been operating on interim security clearances, but now will not have access to the government's most sensitive information.
An unnamed source told CNN that Kushner is accepting the decision and would not ask Trump for an exception.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly previously recommended ending the practice of granting interim security clearances, and earlier this month issued a memo telling his staff to end top security clearance for personnel whose background checks had been pending since June.
Last week, Trump said at a news conference that Kushner has "done an outstanding job," but added that the issue of his security clearance was up to Kelly.
Representatives for the White House and Kushner did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News' request for comment.
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