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The White House — at 6:30 this morning — released a statement on the revelations from Colorado U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff. Romanoff is the second candidate in the Jobsgate Sestak Affair to have been offered a job in the Obama Administration if he withdrew his candidacy.
Defensive in nature, the White House insisted there was nothing wrong.
The question that shrieks here is why it has been silent on this since February. Obviously, there is much more to come and Congressman Issa is on the case.
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