FOIA request to the Census Bureau for communications containing certain key terms in the week before President Trump issued a memorandum preventing the Census Bureau from including undocumented immigrants in its count for the purposes of reapportionment.
We’ve known about the administration’s cozy relationship with white nationalists, and that fear-mongering over “voter fraud” was a deterrent to voting. But this week’s news still drove those points home.
Records from the Department of Commerce Census Bureau in response to American Oversight's request for the resumes of Deputy Director of Policy Nathaniel Cogley and Senior Adviser to the Deputy Director Adam Korzeniewski. The agency said it is withholding portions of these records.
The Census Bureau stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for the email communications of Deputy Director of Policy Nathaniel Cogley and Senior Adviser to the Deputy Director Adam Korzeniewski with external entities.
Americans may have long taken for granted the reliability of the national mail service and the accuracy of the decennial census. But it seems the Trump administration is doing its best to make sure we won’t do so again.