The Hill: Shaub on Conway ethics violations: 'Enough is enough'
The former director of the Office of Government Ethics called on President Trump to fire or suspend White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday after a federal agency found Conway in violation of the Hatch Act.
In a statement from the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center where he serves as senior director, Walter Shaub accused Conway of making it "clear" that she has no intention of following government ethics practices.
Shaub also dismissed pushback from the White House directed at the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), which announced that Conway had violated the Hatch Act twice in her official capacity.
“OSC is now the second federal agency to find Conway in violation of ethics-related provisions," Shaub wrote. "Enough is enough. She has made clear that she’s not interested in following government ethics rules. It’s time for the President to act.”