By David Shepardson
WASHINGTON, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Hundreds of government
employees file in and out of the U.S. agency for auto safety in
Washington every working day, investigating potentially
dangerous vehicles and managing a $900 million annual budget.
But an administrator is not among them – nobody has been
nominated to the top job since President Donald Trump took
office.
Also missing from the roughly 550 people on the payroll of
the National Highway Traffic Safety Administr

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