July 27, 2017

Head of Trump's "election integrity" commission fined for lack of integrity

Wshington Post - A federal judge has upheld a $1,000 fine against the vice chair of President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission, citing a “pattern” of “misleading the Court” in voter-ID cases. The ruling represents another blow to the credibility of a commission plagued by lawsuits and controversy in its first months of existence. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, vice chair of Trump’s commission, was fined earlier this year for making “patently misleading representations” to a federal court about a binder he was photographed carrying into a meeting with Trump late last year.

1 comment:

greg gerritt said...

More of the typical ethics of the Trump administration