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White House imposed ban on new interim security clearances last fall but let previous hires stay

The Trump administration last fall imposed a ban on issuing new interim security clearances — a practice that has recently come under fire amid revelations that multiple senior White House aides had been working without permanent clearance. Politico reported Tuesday night that the Office of...
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