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Trump's latest ethical violation: Firing the State Department's inspector general

USATODAY.com Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
Again and again, President Trump violates moral and ethical norms with corrupt decisions. This is only the latest example.
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News video: Trump Puts Blame On Pompeo For Firing State Department's Inspector General

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President Donald Trump won’t take responsibility for firing the State Department’s inspector general. According to Business Insider, Trump fired him at the request of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Reports show that Steve Linick was investigating Pompeo before he was fired. Linick was looking...

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