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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

How Many Closets Are There In The White House?

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Can you imagine what would've happened to President Clinton if the Secret Service records indicated that a male prostitute had checked in to the White House, and hadn't checked out at the end of the day on several occasions?

The other day, Raw Story reported the results of a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by Rep. Slaughter and Rep. Conyers. The report indicated that discredited journalist and prostitute Jeff Gannon had unusual access to the White House, making 200 appearances in just two years. In and of itself, the fact that a pseudo-journalist had such access to the president is alarming, but just how much access did Gannon have?

Raw Story notes several anomalies about his visits:

Guckert made more than two dozen excursions to the White House when there were no scheduled briefings. On many of these days, the Press Office held press gaggles aboard Air Force One—which raises questions about what Guckert was doing at the White House. On other days, the president held photo opportunities.

On at least fourteen occasions, Secret Service records show either the entry or exit time missing. Generally, the existing entry or exit times correlate with press conferences; on most of these days, the records show that Guckert checked in but was never processed out.

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This isn't the first time a male prostitute scandal has engulfed the White House.

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And who can forget Neil Bush, the president's brother? In 2003, transcripts of his divorce trial reveal his preference for Asian hookers:

The Bush divorce, completed in April after 23 years of marriage, was prompted in part by Bush's relationship with another woman. He admitted in the deposition that he previously had sex with several other women while on trips to Thailand and Hong Kong at least five years ago.

The women, he said, simply knocked on the door of his hotel room, entered and had sex with him. He said he did not know if they were prostitutes because they never asked for money and he did not pay them.

"Mr. Bush, you have to admit it's a pretty remarkable thing for a man just to go to a hotel room door and open it and have a woman standing there and have sex with her," Brown said.

"It was very unusual," Bush said.

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