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State Department Staffer With Whopper-Filled Resume Resigns

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State Department Staffer With Whopper-Filled Resume Resigns

State Department Staffer With Whopper-Filled Resume Resigns

Business Insider reports State Department staffer Mina Chang resigned on Monday.

Chang served as deputy secretary for the State Department's Bureau of Conflict and Stability Operations.

She joined the Trump administration in April.

Last week, NBC News published a bombshell investigation last week revealing Chang's dubious resume.

Chang had embellished significant portions of her resume and was seen with a fake TIME cover with her face on it.

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