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New calls now for a wider investigation into the sex scandal rocking the Secret Service three more agents stepping down just two days after two supervisors.
And another officer were forced out all because.
Of allegations of misconduct with prostitutes in Columbia.
-- before President Obama was due to arrive for a summit there.
Iowa senator Chuck Grassley now calling to expand the investigation.
To look into whether any possible involvement might have occurred with White House staff let's -- -- Molly Henneberg live in Washington eyeballing.
Hi Greg specifically senator Grassley wants a Secret Service to find out if anyone from the White House communications agency or White House advance team had any quote overnight guests in their hotel rooms -- -- shared rooms with the implicated Secret Service agents.
At the hotel -- today or other hotels and Cartagena Colombia.
And Grassley wants to know close.
Who would be reviewing these hotel records to ensure that sensitive information was not compromised by overnight guests.
The White House has said a couple of times this week that so far none of it's -- on the ground has been caught up in this scandal.
I have no reason to believe I do not -- otherwise that.
That this did not involve anything but the I agents in the the military personnel.
We are in regular conversation with the senior members of the White House staff -- conversation with.
But the Secret Service.
Getting briefed on the progress of their investigation.
For the first time since the scandal broke Secret Service director Mark Sullivan briefed President Obama in person in the Oval Office late yesterday.
So far six Secret Service agents have been ousted or resigned including two supervisors.
Five more agents are on administrative leave and one has been cleared of serious misconduct that may face some kind of in house punishment.
On the military side the Pentagon says at least eleven military members were involved as well.
Six from the army to Marines to from the navy and one from the air force.
-- Molly Henneberg in Washington -- things.
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