By JOSHUA GOODMAN
MIAMI (AP) — A former Trump official who heads the Inter-American Development Bank is criticizing an external investigation into an anonymous complaint that he carried on an intimate relationship with a subordinate. The probe’s findings have not been made public, but Mauricio Claver-Carone said in a statement Tuesday that it did not substantiate the “false and anonymous allegations.” He also harshly criticized the manner in which the probe was conducted by a law firm. The probe was launched by the bank’s board after it received an email in March detailing possible misconduct by Claver-Carone.
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