The former Director of US Office of Gov't Ethics Walter Shaub has filed a complaint against Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway for violating the Hatch Act by using her position in the White House to promote a candidate while attacking another. CLC...Show More Summary
A prominent government ethics expert has filed a complaint against White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, alleging that she violated federal law Monday by appearing to oppose Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's Democratic opponent....Show More Summary
The ethics chiefs for former presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama have called for White House advisor Kellyanne Conway to be fired for weighing in on the Alabama Senate race. Ms Conway sparked controversy after she attacked Republican Alabama Senate Roy Moore’s opponent on television on Tuesday. Mr Moore has repeatedly denied all accusations and any wrongdoing.
"She has violated the Hatch Act by using her position to take sides in a partisan election," an ex-official said.
“She has violated the Hatch Act by using her position to take sides in a partisan election,” Richard Painter said on Twitter.
Kellyanne Conway appeared Tuesday morning on Fox & Friends in her capacity as a White House official, but weighed in on the Alabama special election. Doing so appears to violate federal law, according to several legal experts and former ethics officials who served in previous administrations. Conway’s endorsement looks like it violated the Hatch Act, […]
The former head of a U.S. government ethics watchdog said on Wednesday he had filed a complaint claiming senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway violated a law barring executive branch employees from engaging in political activity when she spoke on television against a Democratic candidate for...
Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway says she was within her rights to comment on Alabama Senate race.
CBS News reports: The former director of the Office of Government Ethics is suggesting that Kellyanne Conway, the counselor to the president, likely violated the Hatch Act by attacking Roy Moore’s Democratic opponent in a TV interview. Show More Summary
‘Kellyanne Conway has daughters,’ Joy Behar said. ‘She should be ashamed of herself.’
"We don’t think health care by emoji is good idea," Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said.
The ‘Late Night’ host goes after Kellyanne Conway for defending Roy Moore as her boss attacks Al Franken.
Shepard Smith was perplexed by Kellyanne Conway making a 180 degree turn on Roy Moore, who at first was against him, but now is clearly supporting his candidacy to help pass Trump's tax bill. Smith said, "Kellyanne Conway and her comments...Show More Summary
Kellyanne Conway: And Doug Jones in Alabama, folks don’t be fooled. He’ll be a vote against tax cuts. He’s weak on crime, weak on borders. He’s strong on raising your taxes. He’s terrible for property owners. And Doug Jones is a doctrinal...Show More Summary
The Breitbart Chairman along with Kellyanne Conway and others urged Trump to keep his mouth shut about the embattled GOP nominee. Trump was happy to keep quiet.
Conservative radio host and MSNBC contributor Charlie Sykes had nothing good to say about Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway for saying the White House would rather embattled U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore be elected than a Democrat because of tax policy. Speaking with MSNBC’s Kasie...
Kellyanne Conway clearly doesn't have a problem getting sexual harassers elected into office. She defends Donald Trump on a daily basis — and now she's advocating for the people of Alabama to vote for Roy Moore despite the slew of accusations against him. Her reasoning for all of this is so that the GOP can pass their [...]
"We want the votes in the Senate to get this tax bill through"
Fox & Friends host: "So, vote Roy Moore?"Kellyanne Conway: "I'm telling you that we want the votes in the Senate to get this tax bill through." pic.twitter.com/27pyaCx3um — David Wright (@DavidWright_CNN) November 20, 2017 Yep, Ms Alternative Facts Bowling Green Massacre is at it again. Show More Summary
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is changing her position on accused child molester Roy Moore and is now trying to rationalize a call for Republicans to vote for him in an upcoming special election for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments