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BREAKING: Office of Special Counsel Says Kellyanne Conway Should Be Fired For Violating Federal Law

Mediaite Thursday, 13 June 2019
The Office of Special Counsel on Thursday recommended the firing of White House official Kellyanne Conway over repeated violations of the Hatch Act, a law that prohibits partisan political activity by federal employees. The federal watchdog agency sent a report to President Donald Trump on Thursday urging the removal of Conway from public office. “The U.S. […]
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A federal watchdog is recommending the removal of Kellyanne Conway from her position.

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