The House Oversight Committee has launched an investigation into White House security clearances that targets some of President Trump's closest advisers, including his son-in-law Jared Kushner.Washington Examiner
The House Oversight Committee on Wednesday announced it was launching a "wide-ranging" probe into the White House's handling of its security clearance process, kicking off one of the first high-profile investigations into the Trump administration by the new, Democratic-controlled chamber. In a letter sent by committee chairman Elijah Cummings of Maryland to White House counsel Pat Cipollone, Cummings requested a range of documents related to the security clearance process, writing that the...WPLG
WASHINGTON (AP) — A powerful House committee now led by Democrats is opening an investigation into how security clearances have been handled in President Donald Trump's White House and 2016 presidential transition. The inquiry by the House Oversight and Reform Committee, announced Wednesday, takes direct aim at some of those closest to the president over the past two years, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, Trump son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner and former...AP NEWS
A House of Representatives oversight panel said on Wednesday it would investigate the White House security clearance process, including questions about unreported Russian contacts involving President Donald Trump's son-in-law and national security aides.IN
The chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee is starting an investigation into the handling of security clearances by President Donald Trump's White House and 2016 presidential transitionCNBC
A House of Representatives oversight panel said on Wednesday it would investigate the White House security clearance process, citing incidents involving President Donald Trump's son-in-law and his national security adviser.U.S.
The House Oversight Committee is investigating security clearances at the White House given incidents with Trump administration personnel over the past year. NBC's Ken Dilanian reports.MSNBC.com