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Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s office says no ‘nefarious motive’ for replacing acting inspector general
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Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s office says no ‘nefarious motive’ for replacing acting inspector general

Published: May 21, 2020  |  5 min read, 987 words
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The top lawyer in Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s office told congressional Democrats on Thursday there was no “nefarious motive” in replacing the department’s acting inspector general.President Trump on Friday sidelined acting inspector general Mitch Behm, a well-regarded career official, replacing him with the head of a key safety agency until a third official, a Justice Department lawyer, is confirmed to take the job permanently.Howard “Skip” Elliott, a former railroad executive Trump appointed as administrator of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, would... READ MORE
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