Prince Harry and Jared Kushner also showed up for designer Misha Nonoo's nuptials.
Allies of the president who helped arrange the rapper's release from a Swedish jail are reportedly miffed he hasn't publicly expressed his gratitude to Trump.
The Last Supper gets a Trumpian twist.
Critics noted the hypocrisy of President Donald Trump's daughter celebrating nature.
The House speaker says Trump's son-in-law and White House adviser knows all about the rodent infestations in Baltimore that the president has griped about.
The CNN host shows how the president's own family has profited off decay in Baltimore.
Trump mentioned rats in Baltimore, and county inspectors said the president's son-in-law delivered in his apartments, the CNN anchor noted.
If the president wants to see "disgusting" maybe he should check out some of his son-in-law's Maryland apartments.
The rapper will reportedly remain in a Swedish jail for at least another week after an alleged assault.
“It makes me angry,” said the former Trump official, who was fired in March 2018, during a closed-door interview with Congress.
Guests including Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom celebrated the couple's nuptials at a Wyoming ranch.
She and husband Jared Kushner reported up to $135 million in income while working in the White House, according to the latest financial disclosures.
The chief ethics lawyer for George W. Bush called Kushner a "national security risk" who should never have been granted security clearance.
The picture of Trump's eldest daughter and her husband at Buckingham Palace was compared to scenes from horror films and nightmares.
The White House adviser told Axios that his father-in-law isn't a racist, but stumbled with questions about Trump's push for birtherism and the Muslim ban.
The White House adviser told Axios he's noncommittal on holding Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responsible for the journalist's murder.
"His preference is secretary of the Army," Paul Manafort wrote Jared Kushner about his banker, Stephen Calk.
“This is a very powerful room, and I know there’s a lot of very powerful people here," the comedian said before alluding to Kushner's ties to MBS.
The CNN host offers up some "KushnersNotes" to help the president's son-in-law with the Mueller report.