Oh, and you’re not needed anymore here…
Earlier this year, Kenneth Feinberg reached out to former US Rep, Ahn ” Joseph” Cao to serve as a liaison to Vietnamese coastal and fishing communities, and apparently Cao made the mistake of taking his role too seriously.
Ah yes, the tale of two stories…
From Feinberg, a man with serious credibility issues:
“We appreciate all that former Congressman Cao did in assisting the Gulf Coast Claims Facility…We have moved on to the next phase in the claims process, and we are grateful for his completing his assignment with us.”
From Cao, a former Republican politician from Louisiana, whose credibility is rarely even questioned by Democrats:
Cao said Feinberg called him in early March and told him he was being too “hands-on” and that his services were no longer needed.
It would appear Cao was spending a bit too much time criticizing the claims process, telling Feinberg how the process didn’t really try to understand the fishing communities, oh and also the former US Rep was holding too many town halls…making himself too available when Feinberg wanted him to restrict his duties to manning an office.
Perhaps Feinberg was jealous that during Cao’s townhalls, he didn’t need extra security or didn’t have people chanting “liar.”
Read the article:
Former Congressman Anh ‘Joseph’ Cao terminated by oil spill claims czar Kenneth Feinberg
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