The announcement came Tuesday from the White House Counsel's Office, which had previously received a notification from the independent Office of Government Ethics about Conway's remarks. The ethics office said the comments violated a federal prohibition on civil servants promoting personal interests in their official capacity as a representative of the government. Conway, 50, a top adviser to President Donald Trump , made the statements during a Feb. 9 appearance on the Fox News Channel's morning talk show, Fox and Friends. At the end of the interview, in which Conway spoke in her official capacity as senior counselor to the president, she encouraged people to buy Ivanka Trump's products. "Go
To read more about cheap clothing visit clothes shoppingbuy Ivanka's stuff. It's a wonderful line. I own some of it," she said. "I'm just going to give a free commercial here -- go buy it today, everybody.
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