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Thursday, May 03, 2018



While I have no particular expertise in the area, I wonder what kind of oath Mulvaney swore and whether (the functional equivalent of) conduct geared toward thwarting the mission of the agency and dismantling its capacity to function could not provide a basis for challenging him as interim agency head on grounds of nonfeasance, malfeasance, or some other theory of dereliction of duty. Does anyone here have any insight of such approaches?

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