Watchdog Group Demands Investigation Into Potentially ‘Egregious’ Ethics Violation By Biden Admin Appointee
- July 31, 2021
Steven Ahle, DJHJ Media
Protect the Public’s Trust, a watchdog group says that Biden appointee Deputy Solicitor for Water Resources Daniel Cordalis, rescinded a memo that benefitted an ex-client for whom his wife still works to benefit the Northern California-based Yurok Tribe.
Protect the Public’s Trust director Michael Chamberlain told the Daily Caller News Foundation:
“With the January memo, it’s possible that some of that funding could be reduced. So the tribe, as it’s spelled out in our complaint, has a definite financial interest in the policy discussed in the memo.”