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— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) June 26, 2019
is the only Republican on the House Oversight and Reform Committee to vote yes on a resolution to subpoena Kellyanne Conway for testimony on her violations of the Hatch Act and ethics laws.— Caroline Simon (@carolinesimon66) June 26, 2019
Well, they've gone and done it. The House Oversight and Reform Committee voted to authorize a subpoena for White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway to testify about her potential Hatch Act violations. The panel says that Conway engaged in "egregious, repeated, and very public violations” of the ethics law.
"Here, we have a clear-cut case of a federal employee violating federal law over and over and over again,” Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) alleged on Wednesday after the panel's vote.
Conway - Democrats - Panel - Week
Conway knows what's going on. The Democrats on the panel, she said earlier this week, want to silence her.
"They want a big roll of masking tape over my mouth," was how she put it.
Kellyanne - Conway - Office - Special - Counsel
Kellyanne Conway dismisses Office of Special Counsel accusing her of repeatedly violating the Hatch Act -- a law intended to bar federal employees from engaging in political activities while on the job.
The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from engaging in political activity. The Office of Special Counsel argues that Conway has broken the laws...
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