The House Oversight and Reform Committee has voted to subordinate the White House adviser, Kellyanne Conway, after she has voluntarily given evidence to hear the results of the government's watch watch that she broke the law.
The committee voted Wednesday 25-16 to compel Conway's evidence.
The hearing was called after the release of the 13 June report by Special Counsel Henry Kerner stating that Conway violated the Hatch Act, which prevents White House employees from taking up politics during the work, The Washington Post reported.
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On Monday, White House lawyers rejected the committee's request to give evidence to Conway, citing "a well-established precedent" of presidential advisers who refuse offers of conversation evidence.
But the House Democrats criticized the White House for answering Conway's barrage from his alleged crimes.
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