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People with huge debts aren't usually granted security clearance because they're susceptible to foreign influence, Timothy O'Brien says.
Richard Grenell did not disclose payments for advocacy work on behalf of a Moldovan politician whom the U.S. later accused of corruption.
The chief ethics lawyer for George W. Bush called Kushner a "national security risk" who should never have been granted security clearance.
Carl Kline, the man at the center of the security clearance scandal, may now be held in contempt of Congress.
The rejection for "significant disqualifying factors" was overturned by a Trump appointee.
Tricia Newbold said 25 clearances were issued despite recommendations that the applications be denied.
Ex-White House personnel security director Carl Kline will have to answer to congressional questions about reversing security clearance decisions.
Tricia Newbold, a Trump official, briefed the House oversight committee on "grave" security risks.
The "Late Show" host thinks he knows who's going to expose the president next.
The CNN host jabbed at Donald Trump's daughter after a report that the president pressured hesitant officials to grant her security clearance.