2nd Complaint Filed in Connection with Canadian Steelmaker's Alleged Involvement in Trump Support

CBC News

According to emails and building records shown by Campaign Legal Center, Stephen P. Vaughn met with Zekelman more than a year before three donations were made from a Zekelman Industries subsidiary to an organization supporting U.S. President Donald Trump. "Full-time political appointees cannot participate in matters involving former employers for two years after appointment," said Corey Goldstone, spokesperson for CLC. "The purpose of this ethics pledge, which is legally binding, is to address concerns about giving privileged access, which they may exploit to influence an appointee out of the public view."

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