Condi Rice to Schiff: Time to 'Wrap Up' Russia Probe, We Must 'Get Back to Business'

"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace marveled Friday at the latest week of drama unfolding at the White House following the departure of Hope Hicks and the controversies surrounding senior adviser Jared Kushner. 

"'Game of Thrones' has nothing on this White House and this administration right now," he said on "America's Newsroom," highlighting the recent news about the president's son-in-law.

Kushner, Ivanka Trump's husband, had his interim security clearance downgraded on Wednesday, a move that restricts him from viewing the president's daily brief.

The New York Times reported that Kushner's family business obtained loans from companies whose executives had met Kushner at the White House in his official government capacity.

"What's clear to me in all of this is that the long knives are out for Jared Kushner," Wallace said.

Another report this week stated that officials in at least four countries have discussed ways to manipulate Kushner through his complex foreign business interests, financial difficulties and inexperience in government.

"These are all planned leaks and they're all of an effort to diminish Kushner's role," he explained.

Wallace also noted the conflicting reports on Trump's views toward his daughter and son-in-law remaining in the White House. 

Wallace said he believes Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation will go on for "months" longer at least, adding to the issues for the administration. 

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