Trump Revokes Administration Ethics Rules On His Way Out The Door

Members of the Trump administration won't have to wait five years before lobbying the agencies where they worked. Trump had been highly critical of former President Clinton for a similar reversal.
President Trump exits the Oval Office and walks to the South Lawn of the White House on Oct. 1. As he leaves the White House for the final time, Trump has rescinded rules prohibiting members of his administration from lobbying agencies where they worked for five years. Source: Drew Angerer

In one of his final acts in office, in the wee hours of the night, President Trump revoked , an order on ethics he signed when he first took office, freeing the

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