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Trump FEMA nominee withdraws after NBC questions on falsified records

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's nominee for the No. 2 spot at the Federal Emergency Management Agency withdrew from consideration on Wednesday after NBC News raised questions about a federal investigation that found he had falsified government travel and timekeeping records when he served in the Bush administration in 2005. A Trip to Baton Rouge and Falsified Expenses The Shaw Group Severs Ties Read more.
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