The Hill: Ethics director who clashed with Trump resigns
Shaub will go to the Campaign Legal Center, a nonprofit focused on political and election law, to head up its ethics practice.
“In working with the current administration, it has become clear to me that we need improvements to the existing ethics program. I look forward to working toward that aim at Campaign Legal Center, as well as working on ethics reforms at all levels of government,” Shaub said in a statement released by the center on Thursday.
The Campaign Legal Center is helmed by Trevor Potter, a former Republican chairman of the Federal Election Commission.
“It’s imperative that we sustain a culture of high ethical standards in our government,” Potter said in a statement. “Walt, in serving the American public at the OGE under three presidents, has demonstrated the highest level of professionalism and integrity. All of us at CLC are thrilled to have him join us in our continuing work to protect and improve our democracy.”