Far from accepting that his counsellor had done anything wrong, Trump said: "It looks to me like they're trying to take away her right of free speech", something he said was "just not fair".
The Special Counsel's Office - not affiliated with Robert Mueller - issued a report to the president saying Conway violated the law by criticizing Democrat presidential candidates in her capacity as a federal employee.
The decision about whether Conway stays or goes is up to President Trump.
In 2017, in addition, Conway, had to get legal advice after pushing on television the clothing line of Ivanka Trump, the President's oldest child and a business magnate in her own right.
Ms. Conway ceaselessly participated in legit media interviews in her potential as a White Dwelling spokesperson to retort to newshounds' questions about the Administration. Even even supposing the OSC has the energy to take disciplinary action straight towards most federal workers, it will not attain so in regards to senior presidential advisors admire Conway.
The White House claimed that Ms. Conway was "in the process of divesting her assets", but the Office of Government Ethics reported they were not aware of any recusal by Conway. I think she's a terrific person. He said he thought he was complying with the law but accepted the adverse conclusion.
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Because of this and many other sited press appearances, the OSC recommends that the president remove Kellyanne Conway from federal employment. He said the social media posts and media interviews didn't violate the Hatch Act. "Her actions thus erode the predominant basis of our democratic system - the rule of thumb of law". "Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was "'lying" about her ethnicity.
That thinking appears to be reflected in Kerner's report, in which he admonishes Conway as a "repeat offender", and makes the case that if she isn't subject to discipline it could diminish the OSC's ability to enforce the act entirely.
White House deputy press secretary Steven Groves said in a statement that the OSC's actions are "deeply flawed".
The petition argues that Conway "must not be allowed to continue using her official role to attack the President's political opponents and to show an open disdain for federal law without consequences". So the number of hatch act violations are likely much higher than that.
The OSC found that, speaking in her official capacity, Conway directed personal and political criticism toward several presidential hopefuls, including former vice president Joe Biden, Massachusetts Sen. She may not be a convicted criminal, but she is 100% of criminal and that's why the office of special counsel says she has to be removed from this administration.