White House Deputy National Security Adviser Under Fire Over Denial of Security Clearance

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You would think that a man in Ben Rhodes’ position would need a security clearance. However, President Obama’s National Security Advisor was not granted an interim clearance by the FBI. How was he able to do his job? Just another inconvenient requirement of the protection of national secrets.

As Written By Adam Kredo for the Free Beacon:

Lawmakers and congressional insiders continue to raise questions about a senior Obama administration official and proponent of its Iran diplomacy following revelations he was denied interim security clearance before being given a senior role in the White House, according to conversations with multiple sources.

The Washington Free Beacon first disclosed last week that Ben Rhodes, a White House deputy national security adviser who handled the administration’s efforts to mislead the public about the terms of the Iran nuclear agreement, is being probed by Congress following disclosures the FBI may have denied him…

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