Obama WH Chief of Staff: I’m Proud That We’ve Been ‘Historically Free of Scandal’
— CNN (@CNN) January 15, 2017
On CNN’s State of the Union today, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough reflected on the past 8 years and said the thing he’s “most proud of” is how their administration has been “historically free of scandal.”
This talking point echoes the words of President Obama, who said last week, “We are probably the first administration in modern history that has not had a major scandal in the White House.”
McDonough also argued that the White House cooperated with every single investigation Congress investigated them for.
Jake Tapper pointed out a lot of people (particularly Republicans overseeing those investigations) would take issue with that characterization…
Watch above, via CNN.
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