On Friday, the US Office of Special Counsel (not to be confused with special counsel Robert Mueller) found that six Trump staffers violated the Hatch Act for tweeting “MAGA.”
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, a liberal watchdog group in DC filed a complaint in August against members of the Trump Administration, including deputy press secretary Raj Shah.
The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from using their offices or any resources for political purposes such as campaigning.
The OFC concluded that deputy press secretary Raj Shah, President Trump’s executive assistant Madeleline Westerhoust, Vice President Pence’s press secretary Alyssa Farah, White House Deputy Director of Communications Jessica Ditto and two others violated the Hatch Act, reported The Hill.
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