REPORT: Watchdog takes next step to rid of Kellyanne Conway

TheHill.com:

The watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) has launched a petition demanding White House counselor Kellyanne Conway resign for repeated violations of the Hatch Act, which bars federal workers from engaging in elections in their official capacity.

“Based on CREW complaints, the Office of Special Counsel has found that Kellyanne Conway’s repeated violations of the Hatch Act by using her official position for partisan purposes warrant her removal from federal service,” the group says on a website page for its petition. “OSC’s determination is unprecedented, but such egregious violations, and her expressed disdain for the law, make clear that her removal is necessary to preserve the rule of law.”

The article goes on to state the following:

The petition had accrued more than 12,600 signatures as of Sunday morning. The group’s goal is to reach 12,800 signatures.

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