There is NO WAY such a letter would not be read by the head of the department so Big Sis is on the hook for sure here.
The Big O has got to do something here as this is getting too close to the Oval Office for him. Bus will be doing a run shortly.
His Excellency must be worried about quite a bit, for example, todays rambling “news conference” was announced with only a few hours notice. Almost like let’s go out and shift the spot light. The boy king is worried because his media buddies cannot hold back the tide now, too many items hitting the news from too many different sources about too many different subjects. Political Kemo is having little affect on the cancer upon this presidency. The only thing for boy wonder to do now is to come up with some kind of diversion: Stock market crash; war; pandemic something to get on the front page and stay there for a long time. His immigration plans are DOA; Gun control is waning (even with help from a few fellow traveler RINOs; Obamacare is more hated then ever; his entire legislative ideas are being undermined by events out of his control. If a few dem senators leave the fold, he will really have to worry about surviving an impeachment perhaps too. Pass the popcorn.
Read the article...there was some unnamed GOP house aide quoted making excuses already. (Shaking head)
An aide to a Republican member of the House Homeland Security Committee speculated Tuesday about why the Obama administration contradicted the knowledgeable Saudi official.
It is possible the Department of Homeland Security received the information from the Saudi government but never passed it on to the White House, the GOP staffer said. ‘Communication between DHS and the White House’s national security apparatus isn’t always what it should be.
‘I can easily see it happening where one hand didn’t know what the other was doing because of a turf war.’
‘Just like the different agencies in the Boston JTTF [Joint Terrorism Task Force] want credit for breaking the Tsarnaev case,’ the aide added, ‘they sometimes jealously guard the very intel they should be sharing the most freely. Sometimes it makes no sense at all.’