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Ben Carson Is Cleared of Misconduct Over Order of $31,000 Dining Set

NYTimes.com Thursday, 12 September 2019
Investigators placed blame not on the HUD secretary, but on department officials who “were aware of the law” and “either failed to consider or didn’t understand” that it applied to the purchase.
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The controversial order was made because career officials decided the existing dining room set was in poor condition and should be replaced.

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