United States Office of Special Counsel

However, the Office of Special Counsel's report is unlikely to lead to disciplinary action against Peter Navarro.
The president's reelection campaign set up a "war room" on White House grounds.
The last time the White House aide was nabbed using her job for partisan politics, she responded: “Blah, blah, blah ... Let me know when the jail sentence starts.”
The White House said President Trump's counselor "cannot be compelled to testify."
A complaint alleges President Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser repeatedly violated the law that bans government employees from political campaigning.
"Blah, blah, blah," Conway has said. "Let me know when the jail sentence starts."
The president defended his adviser after a federal watchdog recommended her ouster for repeated Hatch Act violations.
The statements may constitute Hatch Act violations on top of those for which the Office of Special Counsel on Thursday recommended she be fired.
The White House adviser has violated the Hatch Act several times and shows "disregard for the law," the watchdog group said.
The recidivist White House aide has ignored reprimands and is again politicking on taxpayers' dime, an ethics group says.
The South Carolina senator doesn't want the special counsel's report on Russian campaign interference made public until Hillary Clinton's emails are probed again.
A recent defense filing uses an "Animal House" quote to bash the special counsel.
“The FBI broke every standard protocol that they have,” Sanders argued in an attempt to bolster Flynn's defense just before his sentencing.
As the 2020 election comes into focus, the weight of the investigations do, too.
The special counsel accused Donald Trump's former campaign chairman of breaching his plea deal in the ongoing Russia investigation.
The president unsurprisingly claimed he answered the questions "very easily."
“They’ve been telling people they are tying up loose ends and trying to conclude,” said a source.
A 20-page letter sets up a possible battle for the president's testimony in the Russia investigation.
Trump's lawyer told The New York Times he got the timeline from the special counsel's office two weeks ago.
The senior counselor to the president reportedly violated a law that prohibits government employees from engaging in political activities.