Appearances, Publications & Speeches
- Aug 1, 2017
CLC Senior Director for Ethics, Walter Shaub appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe to discuss the current ethical environment.
- Jul 28, 2017
CLC Senior Director for Ethics, Walter Shaub appeared on CSPAN's Newsmaker series to discuss the current ethical environment.
- Jul 26, 2017
CLC Senior Director for Ethics, Walter Shaub appeared on PBS's NewsHour regarding the ethical environment of the Trump administration.
- Jul 26, 2017
CLC Senior Director for Ethics, Walter Shaub appeared on MSNBC's The Beat with Ari Melber regarding the the possibility of Trump firing & replacing Jeff Sessions.
- Jul 25, 2017
Walter Shaub, former director of the Office of Government Ethics and current CLC Senior Director, Ethics, spoke with USA Today's Susan Page about a broad of range of ethics issues and the future of the OGE.
- Jul 21, 2017
"It's unfortunate that the White House decided to play politics with the interim director role," Walter Shaub, who stepped down on Wednesday, said in a statement.
- Jul 19, 2017
Walter Shaub, former director of the Office of Government Ethics, talks with Rachel Maddow about the appropriateness of A.G. Jeff Sessions' recusal from campaign-related investigations, and Donald Trump's inappropriateness in addressing his myriad conflicts.
- Jul 18, 2017
Recent experiences have convinced me that the existing mechanism is insufficient. The Office of Government Ethics needs greater authority to obtain information from the executive branch, including the White House. The White House and agencies lacking inspectors general need investigative oversight, which should be coordinated with O.G.E. The ethics office needs more independence, including authority to communicate directly with Congress on budgetary and legislative matters.
Exiting Ethics Chief Walter Shaub Calls Trump White House 'A Disappointment' (NPR: All Things Considered)Jul 7, 2017
CLC Senior Director, Ethics, Walter M. Shaub Jr. appeared on NPR's All Things Coidnsered segment regarding his move from the OGE to the Campaign Legal Center.