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What Is the Hatch Act? Explaining Why Trump Was Urged to Fire Kellyanne Conway

NYTimes.com Friday, 14 June 2019
What Is the Hatch Act? Explaining Why Trump Was Urged to Fire Kellyanne ConwayA federal agency recommended firing President Trump’s counselor, but he said he would not comply. Here’s a look at the 1939 law restricting political activity by government employees.
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News video: Trump Says He Won’t Listen to Calls to Fire Kellyanne Conway for Alleged Hatch Act Violations

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President Trump says he will not be firing Kellyanne Conway after getting a recommendation from a watchdog agency to remove her for allegedly violating the Hatch Act. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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