Washington— According to a government watchdog organisation, a number of President Trump’s senior advisers, including his son-in-law and chief of staff, unlawfully campaigned for the president’s reelection. This included his son-in-law and chief of staff.
Trump Officials Illegally Campaigned While in Office, Watchdog Finds
The assertion was made by Deputy Attorney General Henry Kerner in a damning report following a nearly year-long inquiry into “myriad” Hatch Act infractions.
According to the report’s conclusions, “Senior Trump administration officials used their official authority to support the reelection of President Trump in violation of the law.” ”
According to a probe by Mr. Kerner’s office, members of the Trump administration deliberately broke the law forbidding political engagement in order to avoid being looked into by the Office of Special Counsel before the election in November.
According to the report, it was “particularly insidious considering the timing of when many of these infractions occurred.”
A third party claimed that White House press secretary Jen Psaki broke the law when she made remarks on Virginia’s impending governor’s race in the White House press room in October. Hatch Act violations are nothing unusual for a presidential administration to experience.
The release of the Kerner report, which was made public earlier today by the Washington Post, however, exposes something considerably more unusual: the White House’s highest officials engaged in an intentional and determined effort to disobey the law.
David Friedman, ambassador to Israel, Kellyanne Conway, White House counsellor; Alyssa Farah, White House communications director; Jared Kushner, senior adviser; Kayleigh McEnany, press secretary; Mark Meadows, chief of staff; Stephen Miller, senior adviser; and Brian Morgenstern, deputy press secretary are just a few of the Trump officials accused of breaking the law.
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