Walter Shaub

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"G'night. Fight for Democracy again tomorrow!" tweeted Walter Shaub.
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Walter Shaub launched an urgent appeal after top Justice Department officials meddled in the sentencing of Trump adviser Roger Stone.
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Without "open communication, we would have an aristocratic government dominated by the executive branch," Grassley said in a 2018 video.
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"We’re in the heads-on-pikes phase," warned Walter Shaub.
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“This remake of the tent scene in Blair Witch is unsettling," fired back former government ethics chief Walter Shaub.
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The former Florida attorney general has her own murky past with Trump and a class-action lawsuit against his "university."
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Walter Shaub imagined trying to explain democracy to someone who showed up to watch Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
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CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin called the attorney general "a Fox News bot."
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Walter Shaub also delivered a dramatic takedown of White House counsel Pat Cipollone’s new letter decrying the impeachment inquiry.
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Trump is also calling GOP lawmakers, having lunch with them and opening up Camp David for fun weekends as part of his impeachment "charm offensive."
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“Definitely not trying to profit off the presidency at all,” Walter Shaub noted sarcastically.
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“May you be remembered for them always,” tweeted Walter Shaub.
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"I hate all their lies and profiteering, the equivocating of their enablers, and all the lies they pile atop their lies," Walter Shaub said.
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“We are in dangerous territory," Walter Shaub cautioned in a lengthy Twitter thread.
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“Blam! NEVER doubt that the public’s efforts to hold this corrupt administration accountable is worth all the effort," tweeted former ethics chief Walter Shaub.
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"And that’s exactly what he wants," said Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
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Walter Shaub and Richard Painter blasted the plans, calling them "unacceptable" and “the most overt corruption to date."
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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."
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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."
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"This is an open invitation to foreign governments to commit crimes to re-elect Trump."