Top Biden Adviser’s Consulting Clients Stand To Benefit From New Gov’t Spending
- August 16, 2022
Gabe Kaminsky, Daily Caller
White House Senior adviser Anita Dunn has consulted for companies and trade groups that have benefited or stand to benefit from federal funding and is being forced to recuse herself from matters involving them, according to a financial disclosure.
Dunn has consulted through the public affairs firm SKDK during the past two years for the likes of Pfizer, AT&T, Micron and the American Clean Power Association, according to a filing reported on by CNBC Friday. Dunn, who founded the SKDK in 2004, is recused from working on issues related to past clients, a spokesman for the White House told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
“It’s disturbing that someone with so many potential conflicts is able to play such a prominent role in the administration,” Michael Chamberlain, director of the ethics watchdog Protect the Public’s Trust, told the DCNF.