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Trump taps White House lawyer for coronavirus relief fund watchdog

U.S. President Donald Trump nominated Brian Miller as inspector general to oversee the spending of federal funds created as a part of the coronavirus relief program.

In this newly created position, Miller, who serves as a special assistant to the president and senior associate counsel in the White House Counsel's office, will work with the Treasury Department to keep track of loans and other expenditures made by the department.

The role was created as a part of the $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief package which was passed March 27 and will be valid for five years.

Trump also made nominations of inspector-general positions for other departments such as the Pentagon, the Department of Education and the Central Intelligence Agency.

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