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Russell Vought, former Trump administration director of the Office of Management and Budget, listens during a news briefing on March 11, 2019. Vought is currently president of the think tank The Center for Renewing America. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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If Trump is reelected, the independence of federal agencies could be at risk

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The federal agency that measures racial diversity is led mostly by white people

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Pakistan's four Integrity Icon honorees and one stand-in: from left to right, Imran Zia, Rohana Kakar, Umar Tufail's cousin Mohammad Saleh (Tufail couldn't attend as he was stuck in the field working), Rizwan Alam Sherwani and Zahid Ali Khan Khattak. Accountability Lab hide caption

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Former Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson's nomination for a top Pentagon job was withdrawn following smear attacks published on alt-right websites loyal to Trump. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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'Deep, Dark Conspiracy Theories' Hound Some Civil Servants In Trump Era

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