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.
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.