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White House points fingers over security clearance scandal

Under pressure to explain how top White House staff worked for a year without full security clearance, Donald Trump's administration on Monday pointed its finger toward the FBI and intelligence agencies. The White House has struggled to explain how disgraced aide Rob Porter came to work beside Trump and handle some of the Oval Office's most sensitive material, despite the FBI being aware of multiple battery allegations against him.
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