Trump said he was briefed on the Conway situation yesterday and came to the conclusion that "they're trying to take away her right to free speech".
The accompanying report goes on to cite examples of Conway ripping Trump's potential political opponents. She's a tremendous spokeswoman.
The OSC report itself stated that in one February 19 interview on "Fox & Friends", Conway "insinuated that Senator Booker was "sexist" and a "tinny" "motivational speaker, '" and claimed Sen". "Ms. Conway's disregard for the restrictions the Hatch Act places on executive branch employees is unacceptable".
The office said Conway erred by "disparaging Democratic presidential candidates while speaking in her official capacity during television interviews and on social media". Conway was found guilty of multiple violations of The Hatch Act bars federal employees from engaging in political activity in the course of their work.
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The White House immediately blasted the report, saying it was "deeply flawed" and violated Conway's constitutional right to free speech.
"If Ms. Conway were any other federal employee, her multiple violations of the law would nearly certainly result in her removal from her federal position", Kerner's letter said. "Others, of all political views, have objected to the (the office's) unclear and unevenly applied rules which have a chilling effect on free speech for all federal employees".
The White House is not bound by the recommendation of the OSC, which is run by Henry Kerner, a Trump nominee.
White House counsel Pat Cipollone rebuked the report in a letter response to the special counsel's office, writing that the office did not give the White House or Conway time to respond to the report. He also said Conway was merely answering questions from the press when she criticized Democrats.