Ethics Watchdog Calls for Investigation into Senior White House Advisor Anita Dunn

Ethics Watchdog Calls for Investigation into Senior White House Advisor Anita Dunn


A non-partisan ethics watchdog organization demanded an investigation by the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) into Senior White House Advisor Anita Dunn for allegedly failing to file the required public personal financial disclosure.

The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT) filed a complaint with the Office of Government Ethics to look into Dunn for failing to file the required public personal financial disclosure, which is required under federal law for government employees and officials. FACT claimed that evidence has suggested Dunn has ignored the public disclosure laws.

Federal law requires government employees and officials to disclose their financial information to the public accurately and in a timely manner to ensure the government stays ethical and transparent. “Accurate and timely filing is the only method for citizens to determine whether government officials have conflicts of interest or

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