Our president Donald Trump very soon will be the next (45th) president of the USA and the official time of his mandate is after the day of his inauguration. The past month went chaotic with Liberals all over the place mocking him and everything but now there are only a few days left for the inauguration. Donald Trump promised a spectacle and a really nice show, but he refused to waste money on expensive dinners and other events which is a really great decision. However, after everything he’s done, the democrats and liberals want to sabotage the inauguration day. The following article is just one in the chain of suspicious and dangerous liberals plans to sabotage Donald Trump just at his inauguration day or make his first months as a president as hard as hell.
Just days before Donald Trump’s inauguration, newly released emails have shown that the director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics (OGE) has warned that the president-elect’s cabinet choices may still face additional scrutiny in the days leading up to their confirmation hearings.Daily Mail reported that many of Trump’s cabinet choices have still not completed a comprehensive ethics review, even though Republican Senators are rushing to complete nine confirmation hearings this week. The OGE still needs financial statements from many of Trump’s cabinet picks so that they can identify any conflicts of interests as per the Ethics in Government Act of 1978, passed after the Watergate scandal.
In an email to Senate leaders, the Chief of the Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub warned that Trump aides may be risking “embarrassment for the President-elect,” by “announcing cabinet picks” without letting the ethics office review them ahead of time.
“During this presidential transition, not all of the nominees presently scheduled for hearings have completed the ethics review process,” Schaub wrote. “In fact, OGE has not received even initial draft financial disclosure reports for some of the nominees scheduled for hearings.”
“As OGE’s Director, the announced hearing schedule for several nominees who have not completed the ethics review process is of great concern to me,” he continued. “This schedule has created undue pressure on OGE’s staff and agency ethics officials to rush through these important reviews.”
“More significantly, it has left some of the nominees with potentially unknown or unresolved ethics issues shortly before their scheduled hearings,” Schaub wrote.
At this time, committee aides say they have received ethics forms from Sen. Jeff Sessions, Trump’s pick for attorney general; Rex Tillerson, Trump’s choice for secretary of state; James Mattis, his pick for defense secretary; and Elaine Chao, his pick for transportation secretary. Schaub did not say who the ethics committee has NOT received such forms from.