Democrats want answers from FBI on the security permissions

House Democrats are upping the pressure on the Asset of the administration to explain the apparent inconsistencies in the way it handles security clearances. In a Tuesday letter to the FBI Director, Christopher Wray, representatives of the council Ruben GallegoRuben GallegoDems boo, hiss to the Advantage of the immigration remarks for the Night of the Defense: North, South Korea to march together at the Olympic games | Lawmakers react | Trump says Russia helping N. Korea to skirt sanctions | Tillerson defines the Syria strategy to indefinite US military commitment by the Dems after a trip to Asia: No ‘illusion’ about N. Korea’s nuclear work in the middle of the Olympic games speaks MORE (D-Ariz.), Ted Place (D-Calif.) and Don Beyer (D-Va). expressed concerns that the high officials of the White House, without permanent security clearance is, however, to access highly classified materials, thus posing a threat to national security“.Due to the age of several White House officials who have not received the security clearance of the arbitration and the extremely sensitive information that the President needs to do his work, we are concerned that people who have not — and may never receive — the clearances, however, have access to the display and to process this information,” the Democrats wrote.The legislators do not mention any names, but the letter comes as White House officials are scrambling to defend themselves against accusations that they have turned a blind eye to the violence, the allegations swirling around Rob Porter, a top aide to President TrumpDonald John TrumpTillerson: Russia is already looking to interfere, in 2018, the examinations, the Dems pick up red dark legislative seat in the Missouri Speier on Trump’s desire for the military parade: ‘We have a Napoleon in the making of d’ MORE than who resigned in haste last week to face charges of abuse of his two ex-wives.Wray complicated than the defense, on Tuesday, when he said to the members of the Intelligence Committee of the Senate that the FBI has done a background check investigation of Wear last summer, in contradiction with the scenario proposed by Asset team. “I can not enter into the content of what has been informed; I can tell you is that the FBI has submitted a partial report on the investigation in question in March, and then a form of background research at the end of July,” he said.The FBI has provided the White House with the subsequent reports in November and January, Wray added. The White House quickly refuted the chain of events. The press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Tuesday at the meeting, while the FBI background check can be finished, the White House Personnel Security Office was still sorting through the information provided by the office. “The process is still in progress when Rob Porter resigned,” Sanders said. Another spokesperson of the White House, Raj Shah, had delivered a similar defense last week. He said that Porter “was operating on a provisional security clearance” prior to his resignation. Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerMeghan McCain: Melania is ‘my favorite of the Trumpet, and away,’ Dem legislature to Trump: ‘How dare you lecture us about treason’ Husband of the former Asset of the family support staff joined the EPA: report in ADDITION, another advisor who is also the Asset of his son-in-law, has also been an adviser to the president on an interim status.It is this distinction that has raised eyebrows Gallego, Place, and Beyer, who want answers from Wray on the number of White House officials have obtained a standing of the security clearance; and how many are still in the process of verification of their antecedents; and how long an “interim” status may be extended in the pending investigation. In addition, the lawmakers asked the FBI director to clarify the agency’s procedures for firing the candidates who failed the control of the game, as well as the process of recovery of the sensitive information that might have had access to such employee. “As you know, the unauthorized disclosure of CONFIDENTIAL information may cause damage to the national security. The unauthorized disclosure of confidential information may cause serious damage to the national security. The unauthorized disclosure of TOP SECRET information may be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security,” the Democrats wrote.“For this reason, any systemic, known, or otherwise inappropriate to the disclosure of classified information, inappropriate, insecure, or of unauthorised persons represents a major threat to security.”The legislators have requested a response within 30 days.

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