Ambassador Haley appears to have violated federal ethics regulations by accepting 7 free luxury flights from South Carolina businessmen in 2017.
This non-profit led by former Trump Admin. official Eric Branstad, engaged in significant political spending during 2015 and 2016 and failed to file tax returns.
Members of the Trump admin. may have violated the Hatch Act by using government resources to travel to and participate in events to support candidates in partisan races.
The systemic nature and seriousness of secretary Ross' actions warrant a wide-ranging investigation of the evidence that he willfully violated conflict of interest law.
CREW recommends the Office of Special Counsel commence an immediate investigation into these 10 officials for potential violations of the Hatch Act.
Communications Director for the Office of the First Lady Stephanie Grisham likely violated the Hatch Act by using her official Twitter account for political activity.
Go West Virginia, Inc. appears to have violated its status as a tax-exempt organization by contributing more than half of its total spending to a political organization.
DHS & HHS have apparently destroyed records linking immigrant children to their parents, a blatant violation of the Federal Records Act.
Grietens' supporters deliberately executed a conduit contribution scheme to avoid disclosing the identity of donors trying to influence the election.
Pres.Trump's practice of destroying presidential documents significantly departs from accepted archival preservation, and creates the possibility of law violations.