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Trump just got the perfect chance to make good on one of his big State of the Union promises

During his State of the Union speech, Trump promised to rid the government of employees who undermine the trust of the American people. Less than 24 hours later, his appointee to head the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resigned after Politico reported that she made investments that violated her ethics agreement. The Trump administration should investigate this matter, and prove that it's serious about cleaning the government's house.
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