Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the White House could have handled the Rob Porter situation better, doubling down on comments he made last week about the ex-White House staff secretary who resigned over domestic abuse allegations. Pence, who was speaking at an Axios event, added that Chief of Staff John Kelly has done a “remarkable job.” Kelly has come under fire about whether he was informed about the allegations against Porter last year as part of the former aide’s background check for his security clearance. FBI Director Christopher Wray testified to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday that the agency delivered reports to the White House about Porter three times last year—the first coming in March.
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