Washington Post: “Dozens of White House employees, including Kushner, are still waiting for permanent clearances and have been operating for months on a temporary status that allows them to handle sensitive information while the FBI probes their backgrounds, U.S. officials [...]
Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee say in a letter that they have "serious concerns" about how the White House is handling classified information and who is allowed to access to such sensitive material.
Jared Kushner and alleged spousal abuser Rob Porter are among several staffers working at the White House without permanent security-clearance.
Former White House staff secretary Rob Porter resigned his post on Wednesday last week, following allegations of spousal abuse. Porter had been operating under an interim security clearance for the past year, drawing heavy criticism...
President Donald Trump is facing mounting questions about whether his top aides are handling classified information without the proper security clearance.