Walter Shaub

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."
Walter Shaub complained that taxpayer dollars had been co-opted "for the benefit of a man whose idea of public service is the public serving him."
"This is an open invitation to foreign governments to commit crimes to re-elect Trump."
Walter Shaub thinks Donald Trump's nearly $106 million golf tab is getting way out of hand.
Walter Shaub urged Americans not to "underestimate the threat to our republic from within" with his lengthy Twitter thread.
Walter Shaub accused members of Congress who participated in a Kuwaiti bash at the Trump International Hotel in Washington of "complicity."
Richard Painter calls for the GOP lawmaker's arrest, saying he was trying to intimidate lawyer Michael Cohen on the eve of his congressional testimony.
The president claims Saudi Arabia is buying $110 billion in arms, but it stands at $14.5 billion. And he personally has reaped tens of millions of dollars in Saudi business.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders violated federal law, according to the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub.
She can't use her official White House account to attack a private business, says Walter Shaub.
The White House press secretary's Saturday tweet featuring the vice president is confusing people on Twitter.
Conway slammed Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones on national TV in violation of the Hatch Act, document argues.
Walter Shaub called the president's action "vile" and decried the former Arizona sheriff as a "racist."
“America really should stand for more than that,” Walter Shaub said.
Walter Shaub continues to warn that Trump has created, at minimum, "the appearance of profiting from the presidency."