Dave Murray

Vice president with the Financial Integrity Network. He served nine years in the Treasury Department including Director of the Office of Illicit Finance

Vice president with the Financial Integrity Network. He served nine years in the Treasury Department including Director of the Office of Illicit Finance

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President Trump promised to hire “the best people” and “drain the swamp” in Washington.  But he’s setting White House records for firing his own staff, and it’s “business as usual” for…

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President Trump promised to hire “the best people” and “drain the swamp” in Washington.  But he’s setting White House records for firing his own staff, and it’s “business as usual” for…

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