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Trump nominates former GSA watchdog as inspector general for coronavirus response

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Trump nominates former GSA watchdog as inspector general for coronavirus responsePresident Trump on Monday nominated a White House lawyer and former government watchdog to serve as special inspector general overseeing the coronavirus recovery, amid calls for even more oversight of the administration’s handling of the crisis.
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