nearvideo Kelly Anne Conway says she is concerned about the politicization of weaponization of the Hatch Act
Kelly Anne Conway, a counselor of President Trump, describes how to defy a congressional subpoena and the Hatch Act on ‘Hannity.’
The house Oversight Committee, announced on Wednesday that it had postponed the vote on whether to recommend the White house Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway, to be held in contempt of Congress, as talks continued with the trump administration.
“I’m to the vote the postponement of the Committee, as I do with the White house, to try to reach an accommodation,” panel Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said in a statement. “Mrs Conway is against the law several times, and must be held accountable.”
KELLY ANNE CONWAY DEFIES HOUSE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE SUBPOENA ON ALLEGED HATCH ACT VIOLATIONS
The vote will take place on Thursday, and highly recommend that you find the house to be Conway, in contempt of Congress “for refusing a subpoena duly issued” by the Committee, reported The Washington Post.
The movement comes from Conway ‘ s 15. To witness July, after they found a government watchdog that it is against the Hatch Act, a law prohibiting Federal government employees from the employment in certain political activities, in spite of the Committee the subpoena.
The office of the Special Counsel, separate from the office with a similar name, previously from Robert Mueller, said in a scathing report in June that Conway violated the Hatch Act, “the contempt of the Democratic presidential candidates, while they speak in their official capacity during TV interviews and on social media,” and recommended, you’re fired.
KELLY ANNE CONWAY, SAYS CRITICS OF THE DEAL WITH THE HATCH ACT TO “SILENCE” TO SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR TRUMP
A White House lawyer sent a letter to Cummings advised him that Conway will not be displayed, before the panel, prompting calls to hold her in contempt of Congress.
Conway told Fox News that they “testify to taking one for the team”, and insisted that they should not be forced as the President’s Advisor, to.
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“I would be happy to testify. I have nothing to hide. I’ve done nothing wrong,” Conway. “I would like to go, to witness, but I’m one for the team here, because it is called a long-standing tradition, on the immunity and not from people like me testify.”