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Trump / Conway / Hatch Act / A Discussion #1138350

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 14, 2019
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(Studio: John Berman) The word from President Trump he will not fire Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway as advised by the watchdog group claiming she violated the Hatch Act against preaching politics while in a government job introduced [On Fox, voice of TRUMP - defends her right of free speech so she won't be fired.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Jen Psaki & former Office of Government Ethics dir. Walter Shaub about Conway & the Hatch Act. [SHAUB - offers views on how this is a well-established restriction of government workers, how this exposes the lawlessness in this administration.] [PSAKI - offers views on he Hatch Act violations & the reasons for the law, on the message sent from this administration.] Other material: examples shown of Conway espousing political positions on people.

Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:05:40

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