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Despite scandal, Obama has confidence in Secret Service chief

President Barack Obama still has confidence in Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan despite a widening scandal over agents allegedly cavorting with prostitutes on the margins of an international summit in Cartagena, Colombia, the White House said.
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