The White House tried to put the whole Salahi incident to rest Wednesday night.
And on Thursday morning, Bennie Thompson will stir it all up again.
Thompson, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, will hold a hearing to get, he says, at the truth of what happened. He hopes to help settle the nerves of a nation rattled by the ease with which an apparently uninvited couple breached layers of security, breezed into the White House and shook President Obama’s hand at a state dinner last week.
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