First Daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, "will review every six months" whether they will leave Washington, D.C., and move back to New York City.
Kushner, who serves as President Donald Trump's senior adviser, is reportedly "unhappy" and "miserable" with how things are going at Capitol Hill, the Daily Mail reported.
Kushner is reportedly frustrated because he has not been able to accomplish all that he has wanted under Trump's presidency, an unidentified source told Politico. He is also concerned with the current overall dysfunction the administration is facing in the White House.
“He’s still trying to tell people it will improve but he seems like he was trying to convince himself,” the source told Politico.
Kushner is currently in the middle of an FBI probe involving his alleged communications with Russian officials, according to The Inquisitr. He is considered a person of interest, and the FBI is investigating his alleged role in setting up communications between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives.
Authorities have reason to believe that Kushner proposed a back-channel communication between the Trump campaign and Russian officials around Dec. 1, according to reports. He allegedly spoke with the Russian ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, to set up the covert communications.
According to Former CIA Director and current White House Counsel Donald McGahn, Kushner could be charged with espionage if investigators find enough evidence against him.
Ivanka and Jared now say they “will review every six months” whether they will stay in Washington, D.C., where they are renting a mansion in the Kalorama neighborhood. While some sources say the couple is creating an exit strategy, others say not to jump to conclusions just yet.
“Kushner not going anywhere, I’m told. He’s keeping his head down to focus on work and is eager to cooperate with inquiries, source says,” CNN’s Jim Acosta tweeted on May 27.
As for Trump, he took to Twitter to once again call out the "fake news" media in a series of unfavorable tweets.
"It is my opinion that many of the leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media," the president tweeted. "Whenever you see the words 'sources say' in the fake news media, and they don't mention names...."
"....it is very possible that those sources don't exist but are made up by fake news writers. #FakeNews is the enemy!"