Matea Gold

Washington Post

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Reporter Matea Gold covers money and politics for the Washington Post. She is a former staff writer for the Los Angeles Times.

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Ethics laws prohibit federal officials from using their office for "endorsement of any product, service or enterprise."

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Ethics laws prohibit federal officials from using their office for "endorsement of any product, service or enterprise."

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