Facing ethics violation, Wilbur Ross says he didn’t mean to file inaccurate financial disclosures

The Washington Post

The U.S. government’s top ethics watchdog has ruled that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross violated his ethics agreement by inaccurately reporting stock holdings in his 2018 financial disclosure form. “The American people have entrusted @SecretaryRoss with power and authority so he can ensure the welfare of the American economy,” tweeted Delaney Marsco, a lawyer with Campaign Legal Center, a public interest group. “I don’t think we should have to wonder if he’s making decisions for the benefit of the public or for his own pocketbook.” 

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