The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The administration calls Moncef Slaoui, who leads its vaccine race, a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. Slaoui owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
Don’t let this slip by: the person Trump appointed to be in charge of his administration’s vaccine race owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine, and he’s refusing to give up his holdings.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
Trump’s vaccine czar Moncef Slaoui owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine. He is refusing to give up his stock and is still sidestepping rules against personally profiting from government positions.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The Trump administration labeled its vaccine czar a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. The man holding this position owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The administration calls Moncef Slaoui, who leads its vaccine race, a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. Slaoui owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
The former pharmaceutical executive tapped by President Donald Trump to lead the administration’s race to a COVID-19 vaccine is refusing to give up investments that stand to benefit from his work — at least during his lifetime.
New: The administration calls Moncef Slaoui, who leads its vaccine race, a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. Slaoui owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
Op Warp Speed conflicts of interest. More complicated than headline suggests. He's not only one on Op WS w/COI concerns. Given Op WS' set up to rely heavily on industry, fully avoiding real/perceived COIs big challenge. Not making excuses, just realistic.
This makes me crazy. If a health journalist owned stock in a drug company, most newspapers would fire them. And we only report on the billion dollar deals. Gov't officials make them.
Trump’s Vaccine Czar Refuses to Give Up Stock in Drug Company Involved in His Government Role via
Confused by this. If forced to divest he wouldn't lose his "retirement." He'd sell, buy bonds/mutual funds, could defer cap gains taxes until he sold those. So he could cheaply rebalance his holdings & delay tax burden on any investment gains
So any & all clear conflicts of interest are recognized and ignored now? How would you feel if you learned the vaccine that was scaled up was to enrich this person rather than for its safety & effectiveness in preventing #COVID19? What is actually going on