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Topic - Julius Buckmon
Top House Republicans are demanding are seeking an investigation into new reports that the Census Bureau manipulated surveys that showed a steep drop in the U.S. unemployment rate shortly before the 2012 presidential election, even as the bureau said a key suspect in the matter left the bureau more than two years ago.
"It was a phone conversation — I forget the exact words — but it was, 'Go ahead and fabricate it' to make it what it was," Mr. Buckmon said.
Julius Buckmon, told The Post that the numbers were falsified at the behest of his superiors.