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Good evening I'm Bret -- there are indications the fallout from the biggest scandal in Secret Service history maybe four from over.
Senior White House foreign affairs correspondent Wendell Goler reports the investigation.
Into what happened is now coming under scrutiny.
A day after Secret Service officials announced the careers of two supervisors and a staffer -- over.
The White House defended the pace of the ongoing investigation.
People have already.
Being held accountable or have held himself accountable in this very incident that has been under investigation for a few days New York.
Republican congressman Pete king was being briefed on the investigation by Secret Service director Mark Sullivan.
Predicts more heads will roll.
As the investigation goes forward and more evidence comes out I think we can expect if you move against other.
Of the agents as well.
Eighteen more Secret Service officers and military personnel assigned to the president security remain under investigation.
We're learning they rented a party room in the hotel before the evening began.
Aides say mr.
Obama has confidence in the agency and is grateful to the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect him but the incident is taking a political turn.
Mitt Romney told radio host Laura Ingram -- clean house at the Secret Service but hours earlier had a slightly different take.
The president has.
Conference and the head of the Secret Service as do I and I believe that that the right corrective action will be taken -- Alabama Republican senator Jeff Sessions combined the Cartagena scandal with recent reports of GSA spending abuses.
And the bankruptcy of solar panel makers -- -- and concluded the president's the failed manager.
The White House rejected the charge that sounds very much like me.
Lawmaker attempting to politicize something that is not at all political.
But sessions isn't the only lawmaker California Republican -- -- house oversight committee plans hearings on the scandal.
He says oversight hasn't been a priority of the Obama administration priorities have been on spending on the stimulus on -- up a lot of again does.
And is that costing us there will be senate hearings too but majority leader Harry Reid doesn't expect much.
There's not a committee hearing the -- -- Pick a place for -- Stop people from being stupid.
Meanwhile the Secret Service is still doing its job would sometimes involves people being stupid the agency is interviewed rocker Ted Nugent.
Who told a radio host.
The agency says the issue has been resolved and it doesn't anticipate any further action.
Let it go -- -- in the north lawn when.
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