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The acting inspector general at the State Department is resigning and returning to the private sector after less than three months in his role.
Diana Shaw, the deputy inspector general, will succeed the outgoing acting inspector general, Stephen Akard.
Stephen Akard, who has served as the acting State Department inspector general since the May ouster of Steve Linick, has resigned his post and plans to join the private sector, the department said Wednesday.
Diana Shaw, the deputy inspector general, will serve as the next acting inspector general.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, as well, is criticizing Donald Trump for considering holding aspects of the Republican National Convention from the South Lawn of the White House.
Pelosi weighed in during an appearance on MSNBC.
Speaker Pelosi says President Trump accepting the GOP nomination from the White House “is something that should be rejected right out of hand.”
“It’s a diversion, and that is what he is, a master of diversion.” pic.twitter.com/GUJWHnEw68