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Subpoenas Fly After Obama Administration Blocks Secret Service Agents From Meeting With Congress


"Those restrictions are unacceptable."

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) announced Tuesday that he has issued subpoenas to interview two Secret Service agents, after the Obama administration refused to let them meet with congressional investigators.

At a hearing last week, Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy said he would allow the agents to talk to Congress about an incident involving a suspicious package outside the White House. Chaffetz excoriated Clancy last week because it took nearly a half hour to secure the scene, and said he wanted to talk to the agents who were involved.

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