FBI contradicts White House in abuse scandal
WASHINGTON - The White House changed its story on Tuesday about how it handled allegations of spousal abuse against Rob Porter, the staff secretary who resigned in disgrace last week, as members of President Donald Trump's team conceded that as long ago as last summer the FBI had told White House career officials - but not, the Trump team said, top advisers in the West Wing - about problems in Porter's background check.
The White House revised its version of events after testimony on Capitol Hill from FBI Director Christopher A. Wray contradicted earlier and shifting claims from the West... read more
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