And I'm sure it was just a series of paperwork glitches. Not to mention wouldn't someone have known about this? Look who investigated him originally.

Now I'm catching up! I'm going down page 1 and 2 of running 'threads' and if I don't see some stories I thought you all missed, I'm putting 'em up. Excuse me in advance, I've duplicated any. These are running TODAY as new on the sites I'm culling form.

Trump FEMA nominee withdraws after getting busted for falsifying records

Brad Reed
13 Sep 2017 at 13:44 ET

D.C.Portrait of Dan Craig -- Photo by Greg Schaler/ FEMA News Photo

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Daniel A. Craig, who was tapped by President Donald Trump to serve at the No. 2 spot at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has withdrawn from consideration after an NBC News report revealed that he allegedly falsified travel and timekeeping records during his tenure at the Bush administration in 2005.

The investigation, which was conducted by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General, found that Craig falsely claimed that a trip he was taking to Louisiana in 2005 was for official government-related business, when in reality, he was seeking a job at the Shaw Group, a construction company that received a massive contract to help rebuild the state in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Even more damning, the supervisor who was in charge of signing off on FEMA employees’ travel vouchers claimed that the signature on Craig’s voucher had been forged. And finally, the investigation found that Craig regularly claimed to be doing official business at times that he was actually interviewing for other jobs...