Trump removed from office of acting inspector general Glenn Fein of the US Department of Defense

According to local media reports on April 7, local time, Trump's office said on Tuesday that Glenn Fein, who has been acting inspector general of the U.S. Department of Defense since 2016, will return to the position of chief deputy inspector general and no longer hold office As the acting inspector general of the US Department of Defense, he will no longer lead the new Coronary Pneumonia Relief Act inspection team.

Last month, after the US Congress passed the $ 2 trillion economic stimulus bill, a new Coronary Pneumonia Relief Bill inspection team consisting of 10 inspectors was established to audit and investigate the implementation of the bill.

(CCTV reporter Xu Tao)