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Are immigrants better vetted than Rob Porter?

The Trump administration has repeatedly insisted on extreme vetting for people coming into the country on national security grounds — but failed to apply the same requirements to a man with direct access to the president and his family. Wednesday was the last day Rob Porter worked as the White House staff secretary, after physical […]
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