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Trump’s ethics watchdog quietly moves to allow anonymous donations to legal defense funds

While the rest of the country was digesting their dinners, the U.S. Office of Government Ethics “quietly reversed its own internal policy prohibiting anonymous donations from lobbyists to White House staffers who have legal defense funds,” Politico reports. The reversal comes as Special...
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