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Earlier this year, she made an on air sales pitch for President Donald Trump’s daughter’s clothing and accessory line. I hate shopping – I'm going to buy stuff today," Ms Conway said on Her comments came after President Trump launched into a Twitter tirade lambasting Nordstrom, a chain of department stores, for choosing to drop Ms Trump's products.
Critics argued her sales pitch violated the law that stipulates: "An employee shall not use his public office for his own private gain, for the endorsement of any product, service or enterprise, or for the private gain of friends, relatives, or persons with whom the employee is affiliated in a nongovernmental capacity".
law that prohibits executive branch employees from using their government positions to campaign for or against political candidates.
In an email to Mr Shaub, Ana Galindo-Marrone, the chief of the Office of Special Counsel's Hatch Act Unit, said the office had opened a case file on the matter, as is the standard practice for such complaints.
This election is for the people of Alabama to decide," Mr Shah said in a statement.
This is not the first time Ms Conway has been accused of breaching a federal ethics law.
Richard Painter, a former chief ethics lawyer in the George W Bush White House, has also asserted that Ms Conway violated federal law.
Mr Painter, who is a vocal critic of the Trump administration’s ethics practices, said: “This is an official interview.
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The federal law prevents White House officials from endorsing or rallying against candidates even in media interviews. Mr painter, who is a vocal critic of the Trump administration’s ethics practices, said: “This is an official interview.
Ms Conway, who has become famed for her on air blunders, addressed the increasingly acrimonious race between Mr Moore and Mr Doug in Alabama. She has violated the Hatch Act by using her position to take sides in a partisan election. And for her this is strike two.” White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah responded by claiming Ms Conway had merely been discussing issues and was not pushing people not to vote for Mr Jones.
He’ll be a vote against tax cuts,” she said about Mr Jones in the wake of allegations that Mr Moore pursued underage teenage girls when he was in his 30s. He’s terrible for property owners,” Ms Conway said.
Mr Moore has vehemently denied all accusations of any wrongdoing. Mr Shaub, who resigned as White House ethics director in July, has said it seemed pretty clear she was appearing in her official capacity when she advocated against a candidate.