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  • June 9, 2020
Hello, Is There Anybody in There?

Hello, Is There Anybody in There?

Protect the Public’s Trust filed a transparency lawsuit against the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) over a Freedom

Incoming White House Press Secretary Questioned Results of Two Elections

Incoming White House Press Secretary Questioned Results of…

Charlie Kirk Staff, Charlie Kirk; Incoming White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre did something that now can get

‘Unprecedented’: Sean Spicer Says Psaki’s Negotiations With MSNBC From The Podium Are ‘Unethical And Wrong’

‘Unprecedented’: Sean Spicer Says Psaki’s Negotiations With MSNBC…

Nicole Silverio, Daily Caller; Protect the Public’s Trust, a group consisting of retired and former public servants, urged

PPT: EPA leadership allowed agency appointee to remain linked to Chinese university

PPT: EPA leadership allowed agency appointee to remain…

Juliette Fairley, Legal Newsline; WASHINGTON Legal Newsline) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has allowed a political

New White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Under Scrutiny After Partner Revealed To Be CNN Reporter

New White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Under…

Connor Surmonte, RadarOnline; President Joe Biden’s new pick to take the place of Jen Psaki as White House

Ethics watchdog says Karine Jean-Pierre’s CNN journalist partner Suzanne Malveaux could be a ‘conflict of interest’ for the White House and again demands Biden administration be ‘transparent’ on Psaki’s reported negotiations with MSNBC

Ethics watchdog says Karine Jean-Pierre’s CNN journalist partner…

DailyMail.com Reporter, Daily Mail; An ethics group is doubling down on their calls for the Biden White House

Who’s Meeting with Secretary Mayorkas? DHS Doesn’t Want You to Know

Who’s Meeting with Secretary Mayorkas? DHS Doesn’t Want…

Protect the Public’s Trust filed a federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Homeland

A Year of Seeking Transparency

A Year of Seeking Transparency

One year ago today, federal watchdog Protect the Public’s Trust submitted its first Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)