It appears that Assistant to the President and Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro is yet again violating the Hatch Act.
“The Hatch Act is intended to prevent federal employees from using their official position for electoral purposes, which is exactly what Ambassador Haley appeared to be doing.”
Twitter’s rules are clear, and Conway is in violation of them. They do not allow users to “use our service for any unlawful service or in furtherance of illegal activities.”
Since Trump will not enforce the Hatch Act against senior administration officials, a judge should order OSC to file a MSPB complaint against Conway.
These 10 Trump officials apparently violated the Hatch Act. The Office of Special Counsel should investigate them immediately.
Jared Kushner, and the rest of the administration, needs to comply by the Hatch Act which bans him from mixing offiical and partisan duties.
OSC should investigate Trump officials for potential violation of the Hatch Act, using government resources to participate in partisan events.
Melania Trump's Communications Director Stephanie Grisham likely violated the Hatch Act by using her official Twitter for political activity.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders should be investigated for violating the Hatch Act, which prohibits using social media for politics.
CREW files a Hatch Act complaint against Lynne Patton for displaying Trump campaign items in her government office.
Virginia Canter sent testimony to Congress on the Trump administration’s flagrant violations of the Hatch Act with recommendations on how to force compliance.
Jared Kushner appears to have violated the Hatch Act and the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) should take action.