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Several high-ranking officials in former President Donald Trump’s administration have openly flouted federal law by using their positions to campaign for Trump in the 2020 presidential election. report good was released Tuesday by the Office of Special Counsel Henry Kerner, but it does not appear that anyone will face any sentencing.

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The report claimed that officials including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Senior Advisor Jared Kushner and Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany have repeatedly violated a law known as the Hatch Act. bans Most executive branch workers actively campaigning.

The 60-page report claimed that Trump was aware of Hatch Act violations, but did nothing to stop them from happening—in fact, the report says, there was a culture of disregard for the propaganda law in the administration.

The special counsel’s office claims it was “inundated” by reports of law-breaking by Trump officials, and sent “an unprecedented 15 warning letters” informing them of the violations.

Others named in the report include: Senior Adviser Kellyanne Conway, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Senior Adviser Stephen Miller, Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, White House Strategic Communications Director Alyssa Farah, Deputy White House Press Secretary Brian Morgenstern, National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien and Vice President Chief of Staff Mark Short.

According to the report, several violations occurred when officials spoke during media interviews.

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