Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
Donald Trump's daughter and son-in-law didn't take paychecks for their White House jobs, but they hauled in a fortune, a watchdog group revealed.
Marc Short may have participated "personally and substantially in particular matters affecting companies in which he holds stock," according to the complaint.
"Blah, blah, blah," Conway has said. "Let me know when the jail sentence starts."
The recidivist White House aide has ignored reprimands and is again politicking on taxpayers' dime, an ethics group says.
A Washington ethics group was the first to sue, and lawmakers say it won't be the last.
The U.N. ambassador joins other Trump officials "reaping personal benefits" from their jobs, the head of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington said.
Well, that sums it up.
An ethics watchdog group wants the Department of Justice to investigate whether Kobach used his official position to advance his paid work.
Melanie Sloan said she reported his behavior in the 1990s, but was told she was "mentally unstable."
“CAN WE JUST MAKE IT THROUGH A WEEKEND WITHOUT THIS ADMINISTRATION ABUSING TAXPAYER DOLLARS WITH JET TRAVEL!?"