White House press secretary spends the weekend lying for Trump campaign

The American Independent

Erin Chlopak, campaign finance strategy director for the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center, said in an email that the Hatch Act prohibits government officials — including the press secretary — from "engaging in political activity while on duty or in the workplace." "Bottom line: The Press Secretary can volunteer to work for the campaign, but she cannot use her official title when representing the campaign or do so on government time," she explained.

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