nearvideo Kelly Anne Conway on Hatch Act violations: It is an attempt to ‘silence’ me
White house guide Kelly Anne Conway slid on Monday against the finding that she plans against the Hatch Act, responding to reports that the house Oversight Committee’s vote Wednesday to appear whether or not you your summons.
White House Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway slid on Monday against the finding that they appear to be against the Hatch Act, responding to reports that the house Oversight Committee plans to vote Wednesday on whether or not your summons.
They rejected the recommendation that she be fired, as an attempt to “silence” you, and prevent your work chosen in the direction of the President again.
In a memo sent to the White house, the Committee said it “will consider a hearing, the recommendation of the independent Office of Special Counsel (OSC), the President Trump to remove, Advisor to the President, Kelly Anne Conway from the Federal service, as well as reports from the OSC about the women’s representative for Conway and other Trump administration.” The memo continues: “The Committee will also hold a business meeting to consider a subpoena in the event, Mrs Conway displayed.”
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The OSC recommended previously, in June, that Conway be released from the Federal government for violation of the Hatch Act on “numerous occasions” by TV interviews and on Twitter. The Hatch Act is a Federal law which limits certain political activities of Federal employees.
Speaking on “Fox & Friends,” Conway said, that, according to the White House counsel, it is legally unclear whether the Hatch Act “applies to the assistants to the President.”
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“We think, I would be the first member of the West wing, and dragged ever to speak before the Congress, the Hatch Act,” she said, to question, to Act as if their TV appearances and social media activities fall under the hatch.
“You know what, are you crazy? To put you want to a large role of duct tape over my mouth. I helped as a campaign manager for the successful part of the campaign,” she insisted.
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“I helped, by television, by radio. I helped and you want to silence me to. Now, this is my First Amendment right. You do not want to chill free speech, because they know how to beat him at the ballot box. They had hoped that the other Office of Special Counsel would do the work. Even if the Hatch Act applies to our position, I have not violated that is.”
In an interview with Fox News, President, Trump made it clear that he has no intention to remove Conway.