In a brief reminder of what the world looked like when laws still mattered to the White House, Jared Kushner lost something he likely never would have had without being married to Ivanka Trump. No, not his job&mdash;his top secret security clearance. GULP! gettyIn the wake of the Rob Porter scandal, which revealed that an alleged domestic abuser with a protective order from one of his ex-wives was reading top secret material, Chief of Staff John Kelly decided to save face and reevaluate who gets to read state secrets. The result is bad news for the Kush.Politico reports: Presidential son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner has had his security clearance downgraded &mdash; a move that will prevent him from viewing many of the sensitive documents to which he once had unfettered access. Kushner is not alone. All White House aides working on the highest-level interim clearances &mdash; at the Top Secret/SCI-level &mdash; were informed in a memo sent Friday that their clearances would be downgraded to the Secret level, according to three people with knowledge of the situation. (SCI stands for Sensitive Compartmented Information, according to Wikipedia.) His name quickly became the number one trending topic on Twitter, as the internet reveled in the schadenfreude.but does Jared Kushner still have access to the president’s most trusted source of top-level information, days-old broadcasts of Fox and Friends?&mdash; Alexandra Petri (@petridishes) February 27, 2018 So is Jared Kushner going to resign because there&#39;s nothing he can do without a TS clearance and go back to NYC to watch his business collapse or what?&mdash; Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) February 27, 2018 Y&#39;all Jared Kushner has same level of security clearance as the guy who cooks Trump&#39;s scrambled eggs &amp; bacon in WH but Gen. John Kelly is STILL allowing him to oversee Israeli-Palestinian peace effortI&#39;M👏SO👏DONE👏#MTPDaily #Resist #JaredKushner #VoteBlue&mdash; nicki 🌊 (@nickiknowsnada) February 27, 2018 Breaking: Jared Kushner’s security clearance downgraded to “Still Too Much Clearance but Nothing Matters Anymore”&mdash; ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) February 27, 2018 “Kushner loses access to top-secret intelligence.” Ah, that’s a relief. Now deliver him to Klytus 4 post clearance “conditioning” n’ a Level 6 precautionary Mind Wipe.🚀🤷🏼♂️&mdash; Axl Rose (@axlrose) February 27, 2018 https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/968621172488331266 To put this in context, there are junior assistants at the Commerce Department who now have higher security clearances than the top Middle East peace negotiator. https://t.co/wEBL57H3nL&mdash; Jamal Simmons (@JamalSimmons) February 27, 2018 The White House is insisting that not having access to top secret information won&#39;t impede on Jared&#39;s ability to do his job, while everyone else sees this as bad news for his peace in the Middle East.The White House maintains that Jared Kushner’s ability to do his job, which involves negotiating peace in the Middle East, won’t be affected by the new security clearance policy. Pretty much no one else sees it that way.&mdash; Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) February 27, 2018 According to Jeremy Bash, the Israeli ambassador to the United States of America can&#39;t speak with Jared Kushner because he lost his top-secret security status.Reminder: Kushner&#39;s main job is securing peace in the Middle East.So... pic.twitter.com/tfbVxs1lRk&mdash; Holly Figueroa O&#39;Reilly (@AynRandPaulRyan) February 27, 2018 Some people are skeptical that Jared still won&#39;t get all the intel. He is the president&#39;s son-in-law, after all.https://twitter.com/Susan_Hennessey/status/968599439446331392Call me when Jared Kushner’s role in the family is downgraded to “Tiffany” pic.twitter.com/f4HMXZAfS0&mdash; Orli Matlow (@HireMeImFunny) February 27, 2018 Oh sure. I totally believe that when Jared or Ivanka hit up Trump for intel the answer will be &quot;Sorry, kids, but that&#39;s beyond your clearance level, and you know I&#39;m a stickler for protocol!&quot; https://t.co/bDDaLsVOs1&mdash; Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) February 27, 2018 The downgrade isn&#39;t even the most damning Kush news of the day. The Washington Post just published a damning report saying that &quot;Officials in at least four countries have privately discussed ways they can manipulate Jared Kushner, the president&rsquo;s son-in-law and senior adviser, by taking advantage of his complex business arrangements, financial difficulties and lack of foreign policy experience, according to current and former U.S. officials familiar with intelligence reports on the matter.&quot;Big Kushner News: &quot;Officials in at least four countries have privately discussed ways they can manipulate Jared Kushner,&quot; including United Arab Emirates, China, Israel and Mexico. https://t.co/yhozcmEnfh&mdash; Ashley Parker (@AshleyRParker) February 27, 2018 National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster reportedly &quot;learned that Kushner had contacts with foreign officials that he did not coordinate through the National Security Council or officially report.&quot;That&#39;s shady AF.