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Chief of Staff: Dozens of White House Officials Don't Need Top Secret Clearances

The White House chief of staff revealed to reporters Friday that it was determined months ago there was no need for dozens of officials to have top secret clearances.  John Kelly said he made "immediate changes" after arriving as chief of staff when he noticed, in terms of the handling of classified material, the White House was not "up to the standards I was used to at the Department of Defense, administratively." At that time, Kelly told reporters in his...

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