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Citizens for Ethics
CREW uses high-impact legal actions to target government officials who sacrifice the common good to special interests.
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President Trump was in the middle of receiving a highly classified briefing on Afghanistan at his NJ golf club when he suddenly craved a malted milkshake, so he beckoned a waiter into the room where code-word classified intelligence was being discussed.
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Peter Navarro may have violated the Presidential Records Act when he deleted the Twitter account he used for official government business.
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Ivanka Trump violated federal law eight times in just two days by promoting her father President Trump’s campaign for re-election while working as a government employee, according to ethics watchdog Citizens For Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
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AG Barr is the nation's highest law enforcement official. And he appears to have become the latest Trump administration official to blatantly violate the Hatch Act.
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President Trump's massive debt is a national security threat. People lose their security clearances for much, much less.
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Louis DeJoy got to defer paying capital gains taxes on the sale of his shares in XPO Logistics, despite having been in a position as postmaster general to affect the value of those shares for months now.
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The Trump administration will likely pay $45 billion directly to farmers this year, billions of which were pledged in September as Americans were beginning to cast their votes in the presidential election.
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President Trump has engaged in some truly appalling corruption, but his most worst offenses have come from his abuse of his office in order to maintain his grip on political power.
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Trump’s top trade advisor Peter Navarro mysteriously deleted his Twitter account, after apparently violating the Hatch Act. Now, he might be violating the record keeping law by failing to disclose if he properly archived his tweets.
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President Trump's plan to give seniors $200 discount cards to buy prescription drugs could violate election law, an HHS lawyer warned last week.
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We're suing for records about Louis DeJoy's appointment as Postmaster General.
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Citizens for Ethics Oct 19
Peter Navarro--also a serial Hatch Act violator--may have violated the Presidential Records Act when he recently deleted his Twitter account.
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President Trump's business took in at least $446 million last year. So when he brags about donating his $400,000 presidential salary, remember that.
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Citizens for Ethics Oct 18
Using federal resources to compensate for slow fundraising is not a strategy. It is illegal.
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Citizens for Ethics Oct 18
As attorney general, Bill Barr should know how to follow the law. But this time, his boosting of Trump crossed a legal line. We filed a complaint.
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President Trump's massive debt is a national security threat. People lose their security clearances for much, much less.
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Trump's "law and order" claims don't make much sense given that Trump has committed crimes and ignored the Constitution
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Remember when Trump promised to stop doing foreign deals once he became president? Now, his company is developing a new golf course in Scotland.
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Breaking the law eight times in 48 hours is a pretty stunning pace, no matter who you are
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As an attorney, Eugene Scalia spent decades helping corporations gut or evade government regulations, including worker protections. Now, he is Trump's labor secretary. Because of course he is.
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