Did White House Aides Try to Cover Up the Secret Service Prostitution Scandal?
At 10 p.m. Wednesday night, The Washington Post went live with the latest in Carol Leonnig's seemingly endless, iterative series on the foibles of the Secret Service. But there was a twist: the new story, a close and richly sourced look at the 2012 Cartagena prostitution scandal, revealed that "senior White House aides were given information at the time suggesting that a prostitute was an overnight guest in the hotel room of a presidential advance-team member."
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