The World Daily
Originally published April 29, 2017
The federal ethics agency is reviewing every waiver of conflict-of-interest rules that President Donald Trump’s appointees have received.
A memorandum from the U.S. Office of Government Ethics seeks documentation of waivers granted to appointees ordinarily required to recuse themselves from matters in which they or family members have a financial interest.
Issued by the agency’s director, Walter Shaub, it specifies that all agencies and appointees, “including White House officials,” must comply with the notice, which covers appointees in the administrations of Trump and Barack Obama.
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