Politico The White House has a new plan to change the way Americans use their email address in a way that allows President Donald Trump’s administration to use a “backdoor” to allow the president to send a new set of emails to Congress and the public every day without having to worry about the possibility that it could be used by a foreign power to influence a presidential election.
As Trump’s team announced Tuesday that it had finalized the new system, the White House announced that it was working to make it easier for the president and his staff to access their own emails.
But as the system is still in its early stages, it’s likely to require users to go through a process similar to the one the president has used to send his own emails and texts from his personal account to the White, according to two people familiar with the matter.
And it may also involve some degree of compromise on the part of the government.
Under the new rules, Trump will have to make use of an email address for communications that are considered privileged or otherwise restricted.
Those people said that the White’s plan is meant to be used exclusively by the president.
Trump has been using his personal email account since he took office in January, and his staffers have long used a variety of email addresses and social media accounts to communicate with their constituents and others.
In addition to the email address, the new rule also calls for the White to require its employees to use two separate email accounts, a separate password for their computers and a separate email account for their phone.
And for any White House email accounts that do not have a separate administrator account, they will have one user to handle them.
Those rules would be similar to what the Whitehouse did with the official White House account in 2015, when it required employees to set up separate accounts for themselves and their family members, and for people who worked at the WhiteHouse.gov.
That arrangement worked well for many years, until Trump became president.
In the early days of the administration, some staff members were able to use their personal email accounts to send their own messages to the president, including his wife, Melania Trump, and other top aides.
In the early years of the Trump administration, White House staff often worked from home, and it was possible for them to send emails from a home computer to a White House-issued account, and vice versa.
As of now, the president does not have to set an email password for his personal accounts.
But the White did not have any way to authenticate the email accounts before the new email system was finalized, one of the people said.
The White also did not set up a separate phone account for the administration until after the new policy was finalized.
The rules for using the personal email address have also been criticized as being too restrictive.
The email address is already used by White House officials, including chief of staff Reince Priebus, White house chief of policy Dennis Crowley and other senior officials.
The new rules would also apply to White House staffers who are part of Trump’s Cabinet.
But that distinction will likely be moot once the White goes through its review of the email system.
The new rules have also drawn criticism from other political operatives and lawmakers, who have questioned how it will help the president with his message-and-email strategy.
The changes are likely to be a major distraction for the Trump presidency as it tries to maintain a unified message as it prepares for its second 100 days in office.