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Chaffetz, Cummings: Kellyanne Conway Appeared to Violate Ethics Law
Office of Government Ethics asked to recommend disciplinary action

Reps. Elijah E. Cummings, left, and Jason Chaffetz say Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, has appeared to violate federal law with her public endorsement of Ivanka Trump’s retail brand. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The top lawmakers on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said Thursday it appeared White House counselor Kellyanne Conway violated ethics laws when she endorsed Ivanka Trump’s clothing line.

Conway appeared on Fox News on Thursday morning and encouraged viewers to purchase products from the president’s daughter’s retail brand. Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz of Utah and ranking Democrat Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland wrote in a letter to the head of the Office of Government Ethics that Conway appeared to violate federal law that prohibits government employees from using their positions to endorse a product.

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Trump Campaign Manager Accuses Lawmakers of Sexual Harassment
Conway describes members of Congress making unwanted advances

Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump's campaign manager, doubled down on her accusations of sexual harassment against unnamed members of Congress on Sunday. (Courtesy Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0)

Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway accused some unnamed members of Congress of sexual harassment Sunday night, after a slew of Republican lawmakers withdrew their support for their party's presidential nominee after video footage from 2005 revealed him making lewd comments regarding his advances towards women.

"I would talk to some of the members of Congress there when I was younger and prettier, them rubbing against girls, sticking their tongues down women's throats who were uninvited, didn't like it," Conway said in an interview on MSNBC after Sunday night's presidential debate

Shakeup at Top of Trump Campaign
New team takes over as candidate loses ground in Republican strongholds

Sources say the role of Paul Manafort, background, has been diminished in Donald Trump's campaign because he and Trump disagreed about the Republican presidential candidate's tone. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Donald Trump's campaign is making its second major staff change as the Republican presidential candidate continues to struggle in key states ahead of November's election.

Kellyanne Conway, a veteran Republican pollster who has been an adviser to the campaign, will take over as campaign manager.