Walter Shaub’s Desperate Attempts to Make Trump Adhere to Government Ethics

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On Wednesday, Walter Shaub, Jr., a longtime government lawyer and the director of the Office of Government Ethics, contacted Norman Eisen, an old colleague and the first ethics czar in the Obama White House. Shaub had just finished watching Donald Trump’s press conference, and he told Eisen, now at the Brookings Institution, that he was ready to go public.

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