Third White House official resigns after being told he wouldn't qualify for full clearance - Politico

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PoliticoThird White House official resigns after being told he wouldn't qualify for full clearancePoliticoA senior official on the National Economic Council resigned on Tuesday after being informed that he would not receive a permanent security clearance, as the White House faces increasing scrutiny over the number of high-ranking officials allowed to work ...The Daily 202: A pragmatic Bernie Sanders seeks an immigration compromise to protect 'dreamers'Washington PostHouse Oversight Committee launches probe of Rob Porter scandal as Trump administration story shiftsCNBCHouse oversight panel investigating White House's handling of former Trump aidePittsburgh Post-GazetteVanity Fair -CNN -U.S. News & World Report -AOLall 496 news articles »



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