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Averaging Two Per Day Since Being Sworn In, Trump Has Racked Up 3,403 Conflicts of Interests Since Taking Office
"It is a gross abuse of public trust, and with each conflict, he becomes more complicit in the destruction of the ethical norms that form the cornerstone of a working democracy."
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"It's a Cover-Up": White House Accused of Hiding Mnuchin Role in Recruiting Postmaster General DeJoy
Documents obtained by a watchdog group reveal that Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin met with the Postal Service Board of Governors in February "to discuss the search for a new postmaster general."
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Watchdog Groups Demand Probe Into 'Voter Suppression Tactics' by Postal Service Chief—and Major Trump Donor—Louis DeJoy
"In his first month on the job, the postmaster general has already taken steps that could undermine efficient voting by mail in November."
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Attorney General William Barr speaks during an event about 'Operation Legend' in the East Room of the White House July 22, 2020. News
Watchdog Group Lays Out Case for William Barr's Impeachment Ahead of Testimony Before Congress
"An impeachment inquiry is the only way to put an end to the dangerous path we are on."
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Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, speaks at the daily coronavirus briefing at the White House on April 19, 2020 in Washington, D.C. News
Denouncing Seema Verma's "Textbook Definition of Corruption," Jayapal Calls for Medicare Chief's Ouster
"She must resign or be removed."
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Nadler Says 'Waste of Time,' But Progressives Say 'Impeach Barr'—and Do It Now
"Investigating and impeaching Barr ahead of the November election would be a powerful sign that the work of restoring the rule of law in America is well underway, even before the first presidential ballot is cast."
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An artist projected "Pay Trump bribes here" and "emoluments welcome" onto the facade of the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C. in 2017. News
Reviving Emoluments Case, Federal Court Says Trump's Legal Objections 'Gravely Offend Separation of Powers'
The president, said head of watchdog group, "should finally do the right thing and end the harms caused by his unconstitutional conduct."
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Chief Justice John Roberts spoke via an audio feed of U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on May 12, 2020 in cases dealing with the subpoenas from the Congress to obtain President Donald Trump's financial records. The Court held arguments via teleconference due to Covid-19. News
President 'Not Above the Law,' Say Groups, as Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Trump Subpoena Cases With Vast Implications
"The American people have the right to know whether the president is abusing power, concealing illegal activities, or dodging his taxes."
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The Trump International Hotel on its first day of business September 12, 2016, in Washington, D.C. News
'Oh, Hi, Corruption': Trump Organization Seeks Rent Relief for DC Hotel From Trump Administration
"Whoever would have imagined this relationship would prove complicated and fraught? Oh, right, the Founders. Who prohibited it. In the Constitution."
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An employee at the Utah County Election office puts mail in ballots into a container to register the vote in the midterm elections on November 6, 2018 in Provo, Utah. News
'Time Is of the Essence': After Wisconsin Fiasco, 150+ Civil Rights Groups Urge Congress to Protect 2020 Elections
The organizations are demanding at least $4 billion in funding "to ensure that each state can provide a comprehensive approach that includes both vote-by-mail and in-person options safely and effectively.
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