The Department of Interior broke the law by raiding park entrance fees, the U.S. Government Accountability Office said.
Trump's panel is already facing a handful of lawsuits over its activities.
Four Democratic lawmakers asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate.
So far, no one has made a claim of responsibility.
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The congressional auditor said a social media campaign crossed the line.
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The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has been reviewing the performance of federal agencies and departments for decades and has achieved amazing success simply by surviving the onslaught of attacks against government in any form.
In his recent words on the issue, Obama is dead right. But having spent the past decade focusing on these issues, I'm not ready to take a "Birdman" victory lap through the canyons of midtown Manhattan just yet.
Barack Obama deserves credit for delivering on his promise to shrink the deficit -- a promise that Mitt Romney and his tax cuts would surely have violated -- but Americans have to ask themselves whether they really want a smaller government.