United States Office of Government Ethics
The White House adviser violated ethics rules by endorsing a private company, said Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
“Lawlessness is not just tolerated in the Trump administration; it’s virtually required," writes Walter Shaub.
Walter Shaub imagined trying to explain democracy to someone who showed up to watch Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
Walter Shaub also delivered a dramatic takedown of White House counsel Pat Cipollone’s new letter decrying the impeachment inquiry.
Walter Shaub asked in a lengthy Twitter thread if Trump has "created a culture where officials believe he wants people to stay at his properties."
The president told British authorities the properties are a combined $65 million in the red. His U.S. disclosures say they're worth at least $100 million.
President Donald Trump has proved the need for more ethics laws.
Four Democrats requested the Office of Government Ethics investigate meetings between Scott Pruitt's replacement and his former clients.
She can't use her official White House account to attack a private business, says Walter Shaub.
Todd Wynn, a powerful political appointee at the agency, scheduled meetings with former employers in an apparent violation of ethics rules.