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  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. government agency on Tuesday said 13 senior members of former President Donald Trump's administration violated a law that limits political campaigning by government employees, faulting them for creating a "taxpayer-funded campaign apparatus" within the White House. In a 65-page report https://osc.gov/News/Pages/21-02-Hatch-Act-Report-RNC.aspx, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) identified instances in which Trump advisers including Jared Kushner and Kellyanne Conway used their official authority to promote Trump's 2020 presidential election campaign. A spokesman for Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report. OSC said discipline was "no longer possible" because the Trump administration officials have left office, but said it was issuing the report to highlight enforcement challenges and to deter future violations.
  • You people just don't quit, do you? Trump has been out of office for 10 months and you're all still trying to find something - ANYTHING to prosecute him for. Please do explain why he's still so much of a threat to the Democrats? By the time 2024 rolls around, Biden should have this country in worse shape than Argentina and Cuba combined. What are you worried about? There'll be more than enough degradation for all of you to enjoy.
    • DancesWithWolves
      I see Trump sparks you LMAO
    • 1465
      I'm not the one "sparked" here. You're the one obsessed with Trump. It just gets me to see people who wanted Trump out so badly, that when they get their way, they're still obsessed with him. They're in denial about the buffoon they elected as Marxist-in-Chief and how his policies have been nothing but a train wreck. If you and your cohorts like what this country is being turned into, why do you bother to stay here? Cuba is already set up the way you like.
    • 1465
      At least she isn't scared of cheese - lol.
  • Good. when someone breaks the law, the government should find out. Bad: and charge them. Why is this behavior not against the law? Or, perhaps more accurately: Why is there no recourse for punishing said lawbreakers? If **I** broke the law, no one would be saying, "Discipline is no longer possible." My butt would be in court being charged and sentenced. So would yours. Why do they get a "bye"?
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing your comment
  • What do you think, the Trump-Russia collusion narrative was a political attack manufactured by the Clinton campaign? https://nypost.com/2021/11/04/arrest-illustrates-how-steele-dossier-was-political-dirty-trick-by-hillary-clinton/
    • DancesWithWolves
      Another one of your hateful comments
    • 1465
      Exsqueeze Me? You want to keep posting dirt on Trump and "that's okay". But let someone post a media story (accurate, I might add), and it becomes a "hateful comment"? What kind of Looney Tunes club do you subscribe to? Denial is no substitute for intelligence.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Remember what they say about Karma
    • 1465
      (Some things are just too imbecilic to respond to.)
  • Sorry, here's another one I just can't seem to care a bit about either.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Yeah, I hear you what you say

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