Abramoff's White House Visits: Another in an Occasional Series of Told-ya-soes
According to the "U.S. Secret Service Access Control Records Report," Abramoff visited the White House on two occasions. On January 20, 2004, Abramoff entered the White House at 10:42:20 a.m. and exited at 11:29:34 a.m. On March 6, 2001, Abramoff entered the White House at 16:23:35 p.m. and exited at 16:49:50 p.m. The documents provide no further information on the nature of these meetings. White House Secret Service logs previously obtained by Judicial Watch from the Clinton administration provided additional details such as the "Visitee" and "Room Number," along with the name of the person who requested the visit. The Secret Service had agreed to provide the documents without redaction. Moreover, the two documents provided are not consistent with each other in terms of format and content.
And we said, waaaay back when last week:
The logs of White House visits by our good buddy Jack Abramoff. Scotty more or less said today "we'll release them once we're done scrubbing them" (paraphrase, but close enough).
To be fair, who could've known Scott would wait until his very last week to start, you know, telling the truth?