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The federal watchdog that recommended President Trump fire Kellyanne Conway will testify this week that the White House counselor’s repeated violations of the Hatch Act and subsequent indifference toward the law is doing harm to taxpayers and other government workers.

Henry Kerner, an attorney with the Office of Special Counsel, will tell the House Oversight and Reform Committee that Conway’s comments about Democratic lawmakers over the past couple years are often “indistinguishable from the partisan attacks that a campaign official would make.”

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“Her conduct hurts both federal employees, who may believe that senior officials can act with complete disregard for the Hatch Act, and the American people, who may question the nonpartisan operation of their government,” Kerner will say, according to prepared testimony.

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